We have an opening for a Penetration Testing Engineer to join our team. The role involves performing penetration testing of our clients’ information technology systems (including Internet, Intranet, Applications, Hosts, Firewalls, Mobile applications etc.) We are looking for an experienced tester with a willingness to share knowledge and work with a team of other talented pentesters. The individual must be someone who thinks differently about problems and looks for new angles in challenging situations. Your key responsibilities will be to:
  • Perform security reviews of architecture and application designs
  • Perform web, mobile, infrastructure, as well as social engineering assessments and penetration testing
  • Exploit vulnerabilities to gain access, and expand access to remote systems
  • Document technical issues identified during security assessments
  • Provide remediation recommendations
  • Assist with building, hardening, and maintaining systems used for penetration testing
  • Research cutting edge security topics and new attack vectors
  • Occasionally assist with pre-sales to prospective clients
You must have the following skills and experience:
  • At least 5 years penetration testing experience
  • Good written and verbal communication skills and preferably report writing experience (in English)
Also nice to have:
  • Industry leading qualification such as OSCP/OSCE, CEH, CISSP, CREST
  • Contribution to opensource projects (i.e. send us your GitHub)
  • Security related blog
  • ITSec conference presentation
  • CTFs participation
  • Bug Bounty profile
By joining one of the leading cybersecurity companies, you will be offered the following:
  • An opportunity to join a forward-thinking company with a flat hierarchy and where your work is valued and appreciation for your work is visibly demonstrated
  • Possibility to work remotely (preference for candidates in MA)
  • Flexible working hours (as long as projects are delivered on time)
  • Opportunities to learn and a work environment where innovation is encouraged
  • Research and personal development time – around 20% of your working hours
NB: No recruitment agencies.