From Host Card Emulation (HCE) and tokenization to empowering organizations to become their own Token Service Provider (TSP), Rambus, including software technology from Bell ID, provides a comprehensive mobile payment solution to banks and retailers worldwide. Rambus’ latest offering, Unified Payment Platform, enables retailers to digitize credit cards, gift cards, loyalty points and coupons into a single secure mobile wallet, creating a frictionless shopping experience for consumers.
Since 2007, the company has been providing mobile payments solutions and has built up a wealth of experience in this field from implementations worldwide. Our products are integrated into tens of billions of devices and systems, powering and securing diverse applications, including Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, consumer and media platforms.
Due to the recent growth in new product releases, project implementations, maintenance of our products, and customer support we are expanding our enthusiastic team. We are looking for a:
Systems security architect in charge of threat modelling and architecture, design and specification of security solutions for our existing and new product lines including IoT Security Services and CryptoManager Infrastructure and Key Provisioning Services.
The successfull candidate will be located in the Netherlands, reporting into the Cryptography Products Group -- Security Architecture Team.
The team is in charge of security architecture for all new product introductions, threat modelling, security architecture specifications, security analysis, internal security consulting, external security advice and technical pre-sales support. Security Research and innovation are also part of the main mssions of the Security Architecture Team.
Systems security architect/expert knowledgeable in:
- Software and Server systems
- Cloud infrastructures for the IoT (AWS IoT, Azure, ...)
- Back-end infrastructures
- Secure datacenter
- Familiarity with HSMs
- CloudHSM or KMS solutions
- Cryptographic protocols, TLS, IPSEC, etc.
- Key management and key lifecycle
- Ability to write specifications and security architecture documents
- Hands-on prototyping and experimenting with all of the above