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🚀 Internship

Product Security Engineer Intern

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25d ago

🚀 Summer Internship

San Francisco

AI generated summary

  • The candidate must be currently enrolled in a Computer Science with Cybersecurity major degree program and have experience programming in Java, Python, or JavaScript. They should demonstrate an interest in the security field and have a strong understanding of data structures and common design patterns. Full-time availability for a 10-12 week internship period starting in May or June is required.
  • The Product Security Engineer Intern at Intuitive will support security incident investigations, stay informed on cybersecurity threats, assess software vulnerabilities, analyze source code, collaborate with development teams, track and resolve vulnerabilities, and engage in ongoing learning to stay updated on security technologies.

Summer Internship

Software EngineeringSan Francisco


  • The Product Security Operations Team is responsible for software products, infrastructure, cloud services, and IoMT solutions that collect and analyze medical device machine data from thousands of systems deployed world-wide.
  • This opportunity will allow you to help the orignization with threat and vulnerability analysis, application security, adversary tracking, threat intelligence, detection & remediation development and other technology application focuses related to the understanding of the threat landscape with intent to disrupt adversaries or provide protection via defensive products and services.


  • University Enrollment: Must be currently enrolled in and returning to an accredited degree-seeking academic program in the Fall.
  • Internship Work Period: Must be available to work full-time (approximately 40 hours per week) during a 10-12 week period starting May or June. Specific start dates are shared during the recruiting process.
  • Skills, Experience, Education, & Training:
  • Current enrollment in Computer Science with Cybersecurity major degree-seeking program at the Master’s level is preferred. Bachelor’s level students would also be considered based on specific relevant experience.
  • Experience programming with Java, Python, JavaScript, or other related object-oriented programming languages
  • Demonstrated interest in the security field through academic coursework, previous work or internship experience, or personal projects.
  • Comfortable writing code to accomplish goals and does not depend solely on third-party products.
  • Have an interest in software engineering demonstrated by previous internships, work experience, projects, or publications.
  • Knowledge of data structures, how they are implemented and how to apply them to meet security challenges.
  • Familiarity with the application of common design patterns

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering


  • Provide support during security incidents, aiding in the investigation, creation of incident response playbooks and resolution of security-related issues.
  • Stay updated on the latest cybersecurity threats and trends, conducting research to anticipate and address potential risks.
  • Conduct thorough security assessments on software products to identify vulnerabilities and potential risks.
  • Analyze source code for security flaws and work collaboratively with development teams to implement necessary fixes.
  • Assist in the tracking, prioritization, and resolution of identified vulnerabilities in products.
  • Actively engage in ongoing learning and training to stay abreast of evolving security technologies and methodologies.


Work type

Full time

Work mode



San Francisco