Senior Cyber Security Engineer

Webster Bank   •  

New Britain, CT

Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance


Not Specified years

Posted 34 days ago


The Senior Cyber Security Engineer will join a team of engineers who implement information security products and solutions to protect Webster employees, assets, and customers from today's advanced cyberthreats.

This security engineer will be a seasoned IT or networking professional with training or equivalent work experience in information security, computer engineering, network engineering, or computer science and ideally will have credentials such as CISSP or GIAC.

This position is located at Webster's facility in New Britain, Connecticut.


The Senior Cyber Security Engineer will develop, deploy, and support high-quality information security solutions using a wide range of security technologies including:

  • Network access control (NAC)
  • Security information and event management (SIEM)
  • Password vaulting and privileged access management
  • Network and Host-based intrusion detection systems (NIDS/HIDS)
  • Endpoint protection, detection, and response
  • Web and email content filtering
  • Data loss protection (DLP)
  • Volume and media encryption
  • Cloud security
  • Log correlation and management
  • Vulnerability assessment and mitigation
  • Firewall monitoring and optimization
  • DDoS mitigation

The Senior Cyber Security Engineer will ensure that Webster Bank's networksecurity systems comply with applicable regulations (including GLBA, SOX, PCI, FFIEC, and HIPAA) and company policies, standards, and procedures.

This engineer will help to identify gaps in security program coverage, research emerging security technologies, and stay current on industry standards and best practices including NIST, SANS, and ISO.

Additional responsibilities may include:

  • Work with Webster's information security architect to design security services and recommend securityarchitecture improvements.
  • Work with Webster's Security Operations Center (SOC) to conduct risk assessments, diagnose security issues, and respond to security incidents


The successful candidate will have, above, all, a strong desire and motivation to learn and continually improve his or her information security skills.

He or she will demonstrate strong critical thinking and problem solving skills and will be able to act ethically and confidentially, work with minimal supervision and as part of a team, communicate clearly and concisely both verbally and in writing, adapt to rapidly changing priorities, and work on multiple projects simultaneously.

The successful candidate will have a sound theoretical and practical knowledge of current information security tools and technologies and will be familiar with at least some of the following:

  • Network communications, infrastructure, protocols, and traffic analysis
  • Windows and/or Unix Administration
  • Virtualization technologies
  • Security engineering including secure system design and security best practices
  • Secure programming
  • Malware analysis and reverse Engineering
  • Digital forensics
  • Cyber threat intelligence
  • Vulnerability assessment and red teaming