- Software Engineering and Connectivity
- Bristol, Malmesbury - United Kingdom
Join Dyson in an exciting opportunity to be part of our expansion into Offensive Security. We are recruiting an Offensive Security Analyst to join our Offensive Security team. You will work in a specialist team which primarily focuses on investigating Dyson’s landscape (Web/Enterprise/IOT/Cloud/Automotive) for unknown security vulnerabilities to ensure Dyson’s reputation for quality is maintained.
- At Dyson we believe that when it comes to security you need both a good defence and a good offense. Our Offensive Security team is responsible for ensuring Dyson stays protected against both internal and external threats and we achieve this through Penetration Testing, Auditing, Guidance and Red Teaming.
- The role will involve investigating issues raised within our Bug Bounty programme and engaging with subject matter experts throughout the Enterprise to assess suspected threats.
- When you’re not performing day-to-day activities, you’ll be looking for new ways to improve Dyson’s security posture by asking yourself “I wonder if” and then investigating the possibilities.
- Help manage and maintain Dyson’s bug bounty programme, ensuring reported vulnerabilities are assessed, investigated, triaged and resolved within appropriate timeframes
- Work closely with development and operations teams to build security into the core of what we do
- Define cybersecurity best practices, processes, and workflows.
- Drive continuous improvement in security and champion changes to the organisation
- We would expect a solid understanding in most of the following:
- Web & Mobile security
- Cloud Services
- Common Vulnerabilities
- It would be useful to have a background understanding in the following:
- Penetration Testing, Web APIs, E-commerce Platforms
- 27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays
- Pension scheme
- Performance related bonus
- Life assurance
- Free on-site parking
- Lift share scheme
- Subsidised café and restaurants
- Discount on Dyson machines