Cryptography, Encryption Engineer Interview

Hi Guys,

I'm having good knowledge on installing configuring ADCS and working with certificates (all type of troubleshootings, extensions, ocsp,crl etc)

having good knowledge on basics of PKI like how it works, symmetric, assymentric. etc..

I have an interview tomorrow for this position not sure how they are going to ask questions is this knowledge enough to tackle the interview any advises?? interview questions??? everything is welcome.

this ks well reputed company with very good package, i know if i miss this chance i cannot get again the same like this...

JD contains the below: (i have basic knowledges on this concepts)

Enterprise Key Management System (EKMS), Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Hardware Security Modules (HSM), Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP), Keyed-Hash Message Authentication Code (HMAC), Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM), etc for Data-at-Rest, Data-in-Transit and Data-in-Use.
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Azarudeen MohamedSystem EngineerAsked:
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EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
Some interview tips ...

Don't spoof or exaggerate - If you don't something, admit it and show that you are willing to learn
and to fit in with the way the company works.
Try to strike a balance between over-confidence and humility.

https://www.indeed.com/prime/resources/talent/how-to-answer-the-10-most-asked-tech-interview-questions

https://www.monster.com/career-advice/article/ten-tech-it-interview-errors

https://skillcrush.com/2016/02/16/common-tech-job-interview-mistakes/
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
Don't spot or avoid question. Be frank and sharp in answering to the point. For security, there is always a need to strike a balance between usability, convenient and security stringency.

If possible, prepare a real example how how you achieve it and I believe they will appreciate how you applied to manage stakeholders. If there is no such experience,  be truthful and share your views how a win win can be achieved.

Most of the time, besides the technical questions  that you likely knows better, your applied knowledge will differentiate from other candidates. Ask questions as well for self development as in how you can take up training to contribute back to them in relevant security delivery services. Certification is just a means to the end but if thatis requirements then work on it. Otherwise, smart learning through online are good options.

Good luck!
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