UL Verification Services is part of the UL, a global independent company dedicated to promoting safe living and working environments. The company has more than 100 offices and labs across the world and more than 12,000 employees.
UL Transaction Security is the independent go-to party for new innovative transaction security technology, for instance for contactless credit card payments or for mobile payments (NFC) technology. We help our clients to define winning strategies and convert these into useful products (for mobile payments, transit ticketing and electronic identification). We offer advisory services, training security evaluation services, test services and test tools.
UL Transaction Security is looking for a new colleague in our China team! We are hiring an Associate / Security Engineer, FIPS (federal information processing standard) based in Nansha district Guangzhou who will be reporting to the Project Manager in US. Prior information security experience is not essential, although a general security mindset is required. Employees will receive the same training and education which UL Transaction Security provides to financial institutions and security product vendors around the world.
A FIPS (federal information processing standard) Security Engineer’s primary responsibility is to evaluate products for compliance to applicable security requirements within one or more UL Transaction Security programs. They manage assigned projects, assures execution of each project within the contracted schedule, and communicates project status to the customer and to the UL Transaction Security management team. Ideal candidates may be tasked with special projects, such as infrastructure improvements or training development and from time to time they must be prepared to have moderate level of travelling when there's a need approximelty less than 20%.
An understanding of how networks function,
The ability to identify major network components,
Basic functional knowledge of those networking components (including references to the OSI model).