In an information security engineer interview, it is likely that employers will test your technical knowledge to ensure that you can consistently protect internal data. Expect to speak in detail about information security terminology and prepare for follow-up questions.
Here are three top information security engineer interview questions and tips on how to answer them:
How to answer: Go into detail step by step, breaking down each step of your routine when securing a server. Your answer allows you to demonstrate your technical expertise while also offering a window into your personal work style and decision-making methods. Make sure you speak confidently about your process.
How to answer: This is an opportunity to show the interviewers how you protect your personal data, which may offer insights into how you use logic to make decisions. Describe which software you use and any extra preventative measures you take, making sure you explain not just what choices you make at home, but also why.
How to answer: If an interviewer asks this question, show that you are fluent in the fundamentals of information security. The CIA triad (also known as the AIC triad or CIA triangle) refers to confidentiality, integrity and availability. Take a moment to explain each principle. Confidentiality is the act of keeping information private and only accessible to those with permission. Integrity is ensuring that the data remains unchanged by any outside parties. Availability refers to keeping data accessible.
On the contrary, that question can only be understood by an applicant who knows that “Domain” here refers to applying the ISO 27001 standard. It has nothing to do with your website. Less
Central management and organization of a group of devices, users, and resources.
This question was obviously asked by someone who knows nothing about security. What is an advantage of a domain? What type of domain were they asking about? Physical? The name in a DNS? A logically separated environment? You are lucky you were not hired. The VP in charge is unethical and intolerable. Most people there don't like or trust him but he is protected by the COO. Less
Anyway I was asked to go to Lake Forest, California for a face to face interview and was told all the expenses are covered and will be reimbursed. Flight tickets were booked by them and also the the hotel was booked by them. The interview was next day and the flight back from LA. I beard a total of $230 that included lunch, dinner and Uber travels but was never reimbursed despite being told that everything is covered. Upon returning I provided them the receipts and requested for the reimbursement on Aug 20th, 2018 (Interview was on 17th Aug). I was told that they are processing the request and I will soon receive the check in mail. Fast forward a month and after a million of emails exchange they still had the audacity to lie that my check was still under process. Eventually, I was contacted by one of the person from Accounts department asking for more information and told me that it usually takes 1-2 weeks after he approves but didn’t receive anything till date. Today marks the 2 month anniversary when I was interviewed at the cost of my own hard earned money and still no check. I have learnt a lesson that I should not just believe if it is a renowned company, the work culture will be good as well. I should have researched more and should have made an educated decision of whether or not I should work for such people. I believe it is a blessing in disguise that I was not offered the job. I guess if I have to struggle so much to get reimbursed for such a small amount ($230), how could I even imagine of getting paid. This process made my soured my interview experience and I would not recommend this company to anyone personally. If anyone still wants to go please be ready to shell out money from your own pocket as there is no guarantee you will get it back. Less