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Security Engineer

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23 Feb 2021

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Detection Engineer In a nutshell: you will provide key technical support for the development of Senseon's threat analytics

Responsibilities Senseon's product analyses data from a variety of sources to detect threats affecting our customers. Our detection and response components consist of a cross-platform endpoint agent, network monitoring system and software analytics framework. These components work together to collect and analyse data from across our customers' estates, aiming to find and stop threats in real-time.

Keeping our customers safe means understanding the threats they face and how best to stop them using our powerful platform and data. You will be responsible for:

• Helping the development team prioritise its analysis automation efforts based on a detailed understanding of prevailing malicious actors and techniques

• Working closely with developers to design and implement advanced detection components, including producing detailed briefs about threats and detection approaches, and prototyping detections

• Simulating, analysing and documenting threats in our development lab to understand both how our product can be used to detect them, and how our product can be improved

• Using our product to perform advanced manual analysis to inform our approach to detecting particular activity

Who we're looking for

If you're the person we're looking for, you'll be passionate about security, plugged in to the technical details of cyber current affairs and motivated by the opportunity to help develop an ambitious product. Senseon aims to be a highly automated cyber defence platform, and you'll be a cornerstone of making this vision a reality.

You will have deep technical security practice expertise in at least one of the following areas, and have at least some experience in two others:

• Reverse engineering

• Defensive analysis

• Incident response

• Vulnerability research

• Computer forensics

You'll also have at least some programming experience, ideally in one of the following areas:

• C++ on Linux, Windows or Mac

• Data analysis using Python

• Data analysis using SQL

• Implementing statistical analysis techniques for threat detection

You will relish the prospect of using your programming skills to write prototype code to help prove and explain complex detection approaches to support the development of our product.

In addition to the skills listed above, you will have:

• Excellent communication, both written and verbal

• The ability to understand, apply and explain complex threat techniques

• Experience using Linux platforms

• Experience coaching more junior members of your team
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