The Business Network and Security *(BNS) – Could Security Architect is responsible for engineering solutions and developing cloud security packages for public and private cloud environments. The Cloud Security Architect will need to show advanced knowledge of information security services/analysis concepts, practices and procedures with specific knowledge of solution design, solution engineering, private and public cloud, and security standards and architecture. Expert technical knowledge of Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, VMware (NSX), Trend Micro and Cisco or similar platforms are required.
The role will report into the Practice Leader – Business Network and Security and will primarily be responsible for architecting and engineering SoftwareONE’s packaged cloud security solutions, but will also help and play a contributing factor for supporting pre-sales and delivery team, execution of sales collateral and driving marketing activities for SoftwareONE’s cloud security offerings. The cloud security architect will work under deadlines to establish new packaged cloud security solutions for go-to-market, solution sales, and managed security services.
* BNS is the technology practice focused on the delivery of security and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) solutions. The focus on NFV technologies enables our practice to deliver zero trust security architectures. This includes a focus on technologies inclusive of End Point, Edge, SDDC, Mobility, Cyber, Internet, and Email Security. While there will be no limitations on the publishers and vendors that can be included in these practice solutions, foundational partners such as, but not limited to, Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, VMware (NSX), Trend Micro, and Cisco will serve as foundational technologies within the stack. The practice will also include “emerging technology” solutions from newer publishers and vendors that are finding traction in the broader marketplace and/or serve a specific niche solution. BNS is one of three global technology practices that also include Future Datacenter, and Future Workplace.