Prevailion is a next-generation cyber intelligence company that protects organizations by providing unmatched insights into the real-time threats targeting their networks. As a company, we are dedicated to rooting out malicious cyber activity by making it harder for sophisticated hackers to conceal their attacks.
We envision a world in which the adversary no longer has the benefit of stealth and surprise, but is instead openly tracked and monitored through a real-time intelligence platform that all companies and organizations have access to. Through clear visibility and real-time tracking, we can turn the tables on threat actors and give network defenders the upper hand.
Who we are looking for:
The SecDevOps Engineer works in Prevailion’s Intelligence team. In this role, you will work collaboratively with internal teams to deploy, manage, and maintain systems and infrastructure key to the Intelligence team’s success and growth and that of Prevailion. Help automate and streamline our operations and processes through automation and orchestration pipeline tools. Build and maintain tools for deployment, monitoring, and operations. And troubleshoot and resolve issues in our production intelligence and covert environments.
How you will make an impact:
Qualifications for success:
Type: PT / FT – Full Time
Location: North America
If you think you’re a qualified candidate then Send Us Your Resume.
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