Looking for a career in Threat Modeling? Talk to us!
We’re looking for an experienced Security Architect or Threat Modeler who understands how to design and build secure systems and is technically orientated. The objectives of the role are to:
- Research, create and update threat models for key architectures, e.g. web, mobile and for specific technologies like React.js and AWS.
- Provide pre-sales support by creating blog posts on Threat Modeling and security at design time, as well as performing product demos
- Provide post-sales support to customers to help them get started creating their own threat models on our platform and to answer queries about using and customising the platform
We are based in Spain, but the role can be performed remotely from anywhere as long as you are willing to take care of tax and social security arrangements.
If you’d like to know more please send a short email to: jobs at continuumsecurity.net
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