Product Security Intern - Summer 2022 (Remote) at CrowdStrike
Assist Product Security team implementing tools & processes to protect against threats.
Help us protect CrowdStrike and its customers from the most advanced threats! CrowdStrike’s Product Security team breaks the mold of traditional internal security and focuses on actively hunting threats to CrowdStrike’s products. As a Product Security intern, you will assist in building tools and performing activities related to various aspects of security including, but not limited to: vulnerability intelligence, threat hunting, application security testing, security architecture, adversarial intelligence, and others.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist application security testing team with profile and tool development
Assist vulnerability intelligence program with tool, report, and profile development
Assist threat hunting team with process documentation and advanced alert pattern development
Develop and support new tools to assist event/log analysis and incident response lifecycles
Identify coverage and efficiency gaps in overall product security toolchain
Some experience in security either through work, education/training, or hobby
Some knowledge of Linux
Programing knowledge in at least 1 language (Python, Ruby, Perl, C, Java, others)
Experience responding to security events, including front-line analysis and escalation, on hacktivist, cybercrime, and APT activity
Work experience and knowledge on the operational functions of Linux and Unix systems
Experience with system/application logs and IDS/SIEM systems
Development experience with Python, Perl, C, or Java
You’re a clear thinker and efficient communicator
You know Python and object orienting programming principals
You’ve worked with a SIEM before
You can demonstrate experience leveraging and/or building RESTful APIs
You’ve worked with both JSON and XML formatted data structures
You’ve worked with AWS and its Python toolkit
You’ve worked with SQL
Actively perusing an undergraduate degree, or some other similar education/training program.
Other technical security certifications or academic background a plus.