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The Red Hat Product Security team is looking for an Offensive Security Engineer to join us in Australia. Our mission is to advance the open source security landscape by collaborating with communities of customers, contributors, and partners to protect people against privacy and security risks. In this role, you will make our mission your own. You will work closely with product engineering and the open source community to find vulnerabilities in our hosted products and service offerings, question the security assumptions of our offerings, and demonstrate real attacks. You will collaborate with security engineers to verify threat models and to address identified vulnerabilities. Your work will be essential to the success and growth of our solutions portfolio by ensuring consistent security standards and verification of the same through scanning, penetration testing, and code auditing. As an Offensive Security Engineer, you’ll need to be passionate about open source and security. Successful applicants must reside in a country where Red Hat is registered to do business.
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