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Cloud Solution Architect

Location
Chennai
Type
FullTime

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  • 10+ years of application and cloud security experience in an Agile/DevOps and multi-cloud (Azure, GCP, AWS) environments
  • 5+ years of enterprise architecture experience with at least 3+ years of a security architecture role
  • 5+ years working knowledge of at least two of the leading cloud service providers (Azure, GCP, and AWS). Solid understanding of cloud providers’ native security offerings and capabilities, their well-architecture security frameworks, cloud adoption, and migration best practices, and integration security reference architectures
  • Demonstrated expert level understanding and working knowledge of key security domains: IAM, SSO, OAuth 2.0, OpenID Connect, Federation, PIM, application security testing, threat modelling, data encryption and key management/PKI, security protocols such as HTTPS/TLS/SSH/RDP, network security, endpoint protection, cloud security posture management, cloud workload protection, CASB, SIEM and continuous security monitoring, assessment, and response
  • Experience working with container technologies (Docker, Kubernetes, Twist lock, red lock) and serverless/microservices architecture in different cloud environments
  • Strong understanding of SSDLC, DevOps, DevSecOps, and CI/CD pipeline
  • Strong technical architecture and ability to work across all LOBs with all levels to build and ensure sound security architecture
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills; capable of understanding business needs and translating them into architectural standards/diagrams; able to translate complex data and architectural concepts and principles into easily understanding information by LOBs; ability to design and deliver architectural presentations to IT, senior leadership, and business partners
  • Have critical thinking and take an analytical and logical approach to problem-solving. Must be able to frame and recommend security solutions that are best for ISL and their clients, even where that may not be technically “best practice”.