Senior Security Engineer, Trust & Safety (Anti-Abuse)
GitLab
Category: Other
Job Flexibility Flexible hours
EngineerSenior

What you'll do in this role

  • Triage and respond to Trust and Safety related incidents originating from GitLab.com
  • Assess and integrate new tools and technologies, particularly open-source, in order to improve our operational efficiencies
  • Assist with training and onboarding of new team members
  • Assist with operational tasks if needed. Examples Include: Processing abuse reports, mitigating active and/or ongoing abusive activity
  • Develop systems to detect abusive activity on GitLab.com
  • Code reviews related to Trust and Safety tooling
  • Identify possible new abuse vectors and communicate them to the relevant stakeholders
  • Utilize log ingestion platforms for analyzing and identifying the tactics, techniques and patterns of abusive users
  • Contribute to the creation of documentation and runbooks
  • Contribute to the production and tuning of anti-abuse detection and mitigation tooling
  • Triage and handle escalated issues independently
  • Conduct architecture reviews on Trust and Safety tooling/systems
  • Interview security candidates during the hiring process*

You should apply if you bring:

  • Significant professional experience in Software Engineering with some experience in web or cloud security or abuse detection
  • A minimum of 2 years experience working with incident response
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Capability to build working relationships with key stakeholders
  • Experience with operating system internals, web applications and browser security
  • Experience using log analysis platforms such as ELK, BigQuery, etc
  • Familiarity with Google Cloud Platform (GCP), AWS, and/or Azure


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