Are you ready to apply your polyglot development experience to create cybersecurity emulation products? SG2 Recruiting is supporting SCYTHE and looking for full-stack SDLC engineers who will create the applications that allow Red, Blue and Purple teams to emulate real-world threats to their enterprise systems.
What You Will Be Doing:
Working alongside a team of developers, you will apply your SDLC experience to create a commercial application that emulates existing malicious software that threaten to disrupt, damage or allow unauthorized access to an organization’s system.
What You Will Need:
- Three (3)+ years of SDLC development experience
- Experience with Low-Level/Kernel-mode programming on Windows or Linux systems using Assembly (ASM) / Machine Code
- Familiarity with Common Language Runtime (CLR), Component Object Model, and .NET internals
- Experience with revision control software (GITHub and bitbucket, Jira)
- Experience working with relational databases, distributed systems, data structures and algorithm design (Trees / Heaps / Sorting / Hashing)
Its A Plus If You Have This:
- Familiar with front-end programming (HTML, CSS)
- Prior commercial SDLC experience
- CNO background
- Experience working with non-relational databases
- Google Cloud experience
What’s In It For You:
- Working alongside renowned, high-profile leaders in the Cybersecurity field
- Joining a company that will invest in your technical curiosity through tuition reimbursement
SCYTHE was founded to create an advanced attack emulation platform where real cyber threat actor techniques could be executed in a trusted and repeatable manner. The SCYTHE platform enables Red, Blue, and Purple teams to build and emulate real-world adversarial campaigns in a matter of minutes. Customers are in turn enabled to validate the risk posture and exposure of their business and employees and the performance of enterprise security teams and existing security solutions.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis covered by the law. Employment decisions are based solely on qualifications, merit, and business needs.