At First Republic, we care about our people. Founded in 1985, we offer extraordinary client service in private banking, private business banking and private wealth management. We believe that personal connections are everything and our success is driven by the relationships we form with our colleagues and clients. You’ll always feel empowered and valued here.
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Information Security supports the Bank’s business objectives by implementing state-of-the-art cybersecurity technologies and practices so that we are well prepared to protect our systems and data from cyberattacks and other unplanned disruptions.
Discover the independence to grow and drive change.
As a Network Security Engineer, you’ll provide security oversight to First Republic’s computing environment. Your responsibilities will include monitoring and investigating security events as reported by the Bank’s security incident and event monitoring (SIEM) system, developing SIEM correlation rules to meet regulatory compliance requirements, identifying and addressing potential data loss channels, and staying apprised of potential security challenges through the gathering and processing of cyber intelligence.
In this position, you’ll have the opportunity to work closely with other Network Security Engineers and Information Services colleagues to ensure that logging and monitoring is integrated with the various networks, systems and database architectures and that security policies are being effectively employed.
What you’ll do as a Network Security Engineer — Temporary:
You could be a great fit if you have:
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Are you willing to go the extra mile because you love what you do and how you can contribute as a team? Do you want the freedom to grow and the opportunity to take charge of your own career? If so, then come join us.
We want hardworking team players. You’ll have the independence to learn, lead and drive change. A culture of extraordinary service, empowerment and stability — that’s the First Republic way.