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Security Engineers are responsible for implementing and designing the best strategies to protect the internal network of an organization from unauthorized access. They test for vulnerability within a system for adware, phishing, malware and spyware and viruses. These specialists are knowledgeable of networking infrastructures, as well as technologies like Python, Java and Linux. They will create security policies, develop solutions and prevent malicious behavior. Security Engineers will routinely assess an organization's computer systems for any sources of disruption. They have good communication skills and at times may train departments on security matters. These specialists are experienced with application vulnerability tools and automated security patching systems. They're familiar with security information event management platforms and are usually certified.
Being home to one of the largest ports for trade in the United States, Seattle has an expanding economy. Its biotech and technology sectors are on the rise, along with professional and business services. Internet companies like Amazon, Classmates.com, PayScale and Zillow are located in the city. Seattle also has a growing video game industry with businesses such as PopCap and Big Fish Games taking up residence here.
Residents of Seattle enjoy its calm vibe. It has tons of things to do and places to visit. Travelers to the area visit popular sights like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market and the Museum of Flight. With Starbucks being founded in this town, sitting back and enjoying a cup of coffee while conversing with friends or reading an e-book is a fun pastime of many in the city.