Senior Security Analyst Invincea, Inc
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Perform forensic investigations of malware infections on customer networks leveraging the Invincea Threat Data Server. Analysis of exploit code, attack tools, malware samples, and other malicious content to support existing customers and educate customers on conducting forensic investigations of malware infections. Additional responsibilities include developing content for public blog that highlights the Invincea solution, emerging threats or other interesting topics relevant to the security research community.
Conduct analysis and customer education based on Invincea threat data available on existing customer deployments.
Conduct ongoing research on existing threat landscape, emerging threats and advanced/targeted malware samples.
Develop content in the form of whitepapers and technical malware analyses for public Invincea blog.
Conduct live demonstrations of Invincea technology and assist in presales tasks with prospective customers.
Knowledge and experience:
Bachelor?s degree in a related field is preferred (CS, Engineering, etc).
Previous work experience in reverse engineering of malicious code, incident response and/or conducting forensic investigations of malware infections on enterprise networks is preferred.
Experience working in Windows, UNIX, and Linux.
Exceptional analytical skills and problem solving skills.
Good organization, decision making, and verbal and written communication skills.
Experience with Perl, Python, C, and x86 assembly experience.
Ability to work independently with minimum supervision and to take on additional tasks as required.
This position is based in Fairfax, VA and no relocation assistance will be provided. Travel will be up to 50% and US citizenship is required.
Invincea offers an attractive compensation plan including competitive salary and benefits with the opportunity for equity in the company.
||3975 University Drive, Suite 460 |
Fairfax, VA 22030
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED
Invincea, Inc., formerly Secure Command, Inc, is an award-winning venture-backed software security company that is the first to develop and bring to market a fully virtualized browser protection product. Invincea Browser Protection protects enterprise users and networks from Web-borne malware infections.
Shipping Product Investors: CIT GAP Funds
, Grotech Ventures
, New Atlantic Ventures All Jobs: at Invincea, Inc
|Headquarters:||3975 University Drive, Suite 460|
Fairfax, VA 22030
|Company Profile:||Company Summary
Invincea, Inc. is a venture-backed, software security company developing innovative products to secure the desktop based on novel patent-pending technologies. Our award-winning flagship product, Invincea Browser Protection, allows users to surf the Web with privacy while providing total protection from Internet-based threats. Were looking for self-starters interested in seeing their products on every desktop to re-shape the way computers are secured against Internet attacks.
Invincea Browser Protection represents a radical departure from anti-virus products in protecting the desktop against threats. Internet Cleanroom is a secure platform for all web browsing that prevents infections in the first place by virtualizing the online session. Using IBP, the users browsing experience is unchanged, but the user is protected against Internet threats, including novel ones for which no signature currently exist. Invincea developed IBP with funding from DARPA to address the growing gap between sophisticated and motivated adversaries methods and the tools currently available to defend against them.
Invincea was named the most innovative company at RSA 2011.
IBP takes a radically different approach to endpoint security than is currently found in the commercial market today. Current approaches rely on signatures of malicious code or content. Signature-based approaches are no longer sufficient to protecting host machines because the rate of new malicious code generation far exceeds the rate at which signatures can be developed and distributed.
IBP breaks from this paradigm by providing a virtualized solution to Internet browsing so that the host operating system is never put at risk.
Invincea was funded by DARPA to build the initial prototype of IBP. In March 2009, Invincea closed its Series A round of venture financing with Grotech Ventures, New Atlantic Ventures and Virginia CIT.
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