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New opportunities for Infosec Skills authors

We’re always looking for talented cybersecurity SMEs to join our Infosec Skills author team. Check out our recent opportunities below or email your suggestions to [email protected]

Advanced Web Application Pentesting

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Vulnerability Assessment Analyst (PR-VAM-001)
  • Learning objective: This path teaches advanced techniques for bypassing restrictions, data exfiltration and linking different techniques to exploit web applications
  • Recommended author qualifications: 6+ years as a pentester for web applications. Pentesting certs like GPEN or PenTest+ preferred

API Security

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Software Developer (SP-DEV-001)
  • Learning objective: This path teaches how to secure APIs through common vulnerabilities, authenticating with OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect and using JSON web tokens
  • Recommended author qualifications: 4+ years working with API security and the OWASP Top 10

Complying with Privacy Regulations for Developers

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Software Developer (SP-DEV-001)
  • Learning objective: This path covers the requirements of major privacy regulations and discusses best practices for developing privacy-focused applications
  • Recommended author qualifications: 4+ years of experience in both programming and privacy regulation compliance. Privacy certs like CIPP preferred

IoT Security

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Cyber Defense Analyst (PR-CDA-001)
  • Learning objective: This path teaches how to identify, mitigate, and report on threats to security and privacy through an organization’s IoT system
  • Recommended author qualifications: 4+ years working with IoT network and device security

ISO 27001 Lead Auditor

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Security Control Assessor (SP-RSK-002)
  • Learning objective: This path provides an overview of the ISO/IEC 27001 standard and prepares for the Lead Auditor certification exam
  • Recommended author qualifications: A currently valid ISO 27001 Lead Auditor cert and 4+ years of experience auditing for ISO 27001

NERC CIP

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Security Control Assessor (SP-RSK-002)
  • Learning objective: Overview of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection (NERC CIP) standards and best practices for compliance
  • Recommended author qualifications: 4+ years of experience working with NERC CIP and organizational compliance

Secure Code in Angular

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Software Developer (SP-DEV-001)
  • Learning objective: This hands-on path teaches the methodologies and techniques for secure coding in Angular, a popular open-source web application framework
  • Recommended author qualifications: 4+ years of experience in both security and programming in Angular (or multiple years’ experience as a full-stack developer working with Angular)

Secure Code in Django

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Software Developer (SP-DEV-001)
  • Learning objective: This hands-on path introduces security methodologies and techniques for developing applications using the Django framework
  • Recommended author qualifications: 4+ years of experience in both security and programming in Django (or multiple years’ experience as a full-stack developer with Django)

Secure Code in React

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Software Developer (SP-DEV-001)
  • Learning objective: This hands-on path covers security practices of working with React, a popular PHP web framework
  • Recommended author qualifications: 4+ years of experience in both security and programming in React (or multiple years’ experience as a full-stack developer with React)

Secure Code in Vue.js

  • Related NICE Framework Work Role: Software Developer (SP-DEV-001)
  • Learning objective: This hands-on path covers best security practices for working with Vue.js, a popular JavaScript framework
  • Recommended author qualifications: 4+ years of experience in both security and programming in Vue (or multiple years’ experience as a full-stack developer with Vue)

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