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Applications Security Intern

As an intern at Synopsys, you will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience while working alongside industry professionals. You will build and refine skills relevant to your major and future career. The Synopsys intern program emphasizes integrating our interns, allowing you to work hand-in hand with mentors and colleagues on your team. Your contributions will be invaluable to the company and products, guaranteeing you a fulfilling internship that you can proudly bring back to your courses. This internship is Full Time (40 hours/week) and will ideally start in June 2023 and last for the duration of 3 months.

What you’ll learn and do:
The intern will part of our Site Ownership team; they will begin to develop SO knowledge for them to be able to work on console ticket-based tasks such as scan warnings, scan suspends, onboarding, associated hostnames, and scan audits. They will also be working on asset management and help cases that come in through our technical support/clients/CSM engagements.

Skill Requirements:
  • Basic knowledge of web languages such as javascript, html, css, xml, and http-based proxy tools such as Burp

Education Qualifications:
  • Pursuing BA/BS students

The base salary range across the U.S. for this role is between $24.00 to $48.05. In addition, this role may be eligible for an annual bonus, equity, and other discretionary bonuses. Synopsys offers comprehensive health, wellness, and financial benefits as part of a of a competitive total rewards package. The actual compensation offered will be based on a number of job-related factors, including location, skills, experience, and education. Your recruiter can share more specific details on the total rewards package upon request. 

Inclusion and Diversity are important to us. Synopsys considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, military veteran status, or disability.