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Distinguished Engineer - Secure

Responsibilities

  • Provide technical direction for the team by being an expert in the security product space.
  • Engage with the Secure team PM regularly to collaborate on vision items as well as provide technical details around our competitive landscape.
  • Collaborates with the Secure team Engineering Manager to improve process and simplify implementation.
  • Collaborates with our PMM team to help properly position and advance our product in the market.
  • Meet with customers and prospects to discuss our Security Products and provide technical support to our customer facing teams.
  • Present and attend conferences to evangelize and represent the Secure team.
  • Benchmark new security tools for integration with our Security Products.
  • Collaborate with our internal Security team on technical initiatives.
  • Work with our internal security researchers to define their deliverables and set expectation.
  • Participate in technical interviews for the Secure team.
  • Assist the Secure team engineers with feature development and technical debt issues.
  • Mentors individuals on the team
  • Cultivate patnerships and alliances with other businesses
  • In depth knowledge of SAST, DAST, Dependency Scanning, Container Scanning
  • Expertise in Kubernetes and Openshift
  • Proficient in Golang, SQL and shell scripting
  • Ability to use GitLab

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