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Lead Vulnerability Management Analyst

General Information

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Travel Amount Required:

Up to 25%

Job Type:

Regular-Full Time


Atlanta - Georgia - United States, Branchburg - New Jersey - United States, Indianapolis - Indiana - United States, Irvine - California - United States, Lowell - Massachusetts - United States, San Francisco - California - United States, Santa Ana - California - United States, Weston - Florida - United States

Description & Qualifications


This position is responsible for tasks related to vulnerability management in a complex environment that demands one to stay current with emerging technologies and vulnerabilities. Attributes we will look for in our candidates include excellent technical and analytical skills, communication and flexibility, innovative thinking and problem solving.

In addition, this position is responsible for analyzing security vulnerabilities and determining if there is an attack surface and impact. The ideal candidate understands the full cycle of a software vulnerability, from exploitation to mitigation.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Drive vulnerability management tasks inside the company, including processing reports, tracking items and their remediation, analyzing trends and reporting.

Maintain a working knowledge of current and emerging attack vectors, such as how they work, remediation and exploitability factors.

Map vulnerability assessment results to asset inventory.

Recalculate severity for risks that decrease due to exploitability limitations and threats, prioritizing vulnerabilities based on residual risks.

Identify and recommend appropriate measures to manage and remediate vulnerabilities with the focus on reducing potential impacts on information resources to a level acceptable.

Creation of vulnerability metrics and remediation-related dashboards and reports.

Understands and advises on enterprise policies and technical standards with specific regard to vulnerability management and secure configuration.

Liaise with stakeholders to understand, prioritize, and coordinate vulnerability remediation activities.

Maintain awareness of publicly disclosed vulnerabilities (CVEs) and potential vulnerabilities (rumors, blogs, partial public analysis).

Ability to fully understand business requirements and work with business partners to define appropriate solutions, meeting both security mandates and business needs.

Engage cross-divisional teams and oversee the implementation of security recommendations by leveraging appropriate communication methods, tracking remediation of identified risks, mitigation strategies, plan activities and dependencies.

Execute responsibilities with an understanding of the Global Security vision, strategic objectives, and priorities.



Required Qualifications:

Previous experience with active role in vulnerability management, involving analysis of results, identification of false positives and communication to remediation stakeholders.

Experience with vulnerability scanning tools (eg: Nessus, Qualys, Rapid7)

Experience in driving discussion and consensus involving cross functional teams over security recommendations and planned actions.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Demonstrate knowledge of IT security / hardening best practices; including operating systems, web applications, and network devices

Demonstrated ability to work well independently with little input, and as a part of a team

Experience with cloud security and cloud-native vulnerabilities and remediation is a plus

Knowledge of OWASP Top 10 and emerging attack vectors is a plus

Previous experience with systems administration and/or programming is a plus

Preferred certifications: OSCP, GMON, GWAPT, GXPN, GPEN, GWAPT or OSWE is a plus

Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, Computer Science or related discipline or equivalent work experience is a plus

Company Overview

Here at UKG, Our Purpose Is People. UKG combines the strength and innovation of Ultimate Software and Kronos, uniting two award-winning, employee-centered cultures. Our employees are an extraordinary group of talented, energetic, and innovative people who care about more than just work. We strive to create a culture of belonging and an employee experience that empowers our people. UKG has more than 13,000 employees around the globe and is known for its inclusive workplace culture. Ready to be inspired? Learn more at

EEO Statement

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Ultimate Kronos Group is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive considerations for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, veteran status, and any other legally protected status under federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws. 

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Disability Accommodation

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