Help Us Shape the Future of Healthcare
At League, we’re big on building connections - both through our product and with each other. Our platform is consumer centric, personalized and always on. It’s a front door to healthcare that empowers people to live healthier, happier lives. Every day.
When you feel connected to our mission, values and the work you do, you’re driven to perform your best every day. When you feel connected to people you work with, you’re able to build meaningful relationships that last. Together, we share the ultimate goal of delivering better health outcomes for everyone.
The world has changed, and so has the way we work. We believe you can work where you work best (whether it’s in the office all the time, a few days a week, or none of the time), and still feel connected to our mission, values, purpose, and each other. League is headquartered in Toronto with a second office in Chicago and we believe in empowering Leaguers to work their way—anywhere that works for them in Canada and the US.
All Leaguers have League life moments – moments in our careers that connect us to League’s mission and values, to each other and to our amazing work – every day.
Will your first League life moment be meeting our team? We can’t wait to meet you.
As a Senior Security Engineer in our Threat Detection & Response team, you'll play a crucial role in keeping our customers, their data and our employees safe. You’ll respond to security incidents, and build & maintain the tools we use to detect and respond to emerging threats.
Be the first point of contact for security incidents as part of a 24x7 on-call rotation.
Maintain a high quality incident management process that ensure incidents are appropriately triaged, contained and remediated.
Update detection rules and alerts to minimize false positives and alert fatigueIdentify gaps in logging and go get it.
Stay up to date with company direction and integrate appropriate open source and commercial intelligence feeds.
Work directly with engineering and product teams to provide requirements on detection scenarios specific to our use cases and features.
Work with other security engineering teams to build and deploy security solutions which increase detection potential.
5+ years working as part of a security engineering on-call rotation.
Strong demonstrable knowledge of common attack vectors.
Experience with Go and at least one other scripting language
Experience with infrastructure-as-code and using automation tools like Terraform and Ansible.
Experience with ELK or Google Big Query.
Familiarity with Kubernetes.
Familiarity with Google Cloud Platform.
Familiarity with Falco, OSSEC or similar intrusion detection systems.
Familiarity with Google Cloud Armor or similar Web Application Firewall.
Experience with government requirements/frameworks such as FedRAMP.
At League, everyone is welcome. Diversity makes us better, and we believe in building diversity across cultural identity, gender, sexual orientation, age and education, thought and experience.
We are an equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to working with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.
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