Do you live and breathe information security? Want to battle bad guys every single day? Need to work on important problems, your way? Atlassian has an opportunity for you!
We're growing our security intelligence capability and looking for smart, technical, people to help us build and run new monitoring/analytics systems. As a Security Intelligence Analyst you'll watch over the our corporate environment and Atlassian cloud services, hunting for signs of compromise and implementing high-fidelity alerts. More than that, you'll be building new systems, developing automation and crushing security problems you care about. The team is small, so everyone's contribution is vital.
Your day to day will include:
- Writing code in Python
- Manipulating data in Splunk
- Responding to incidents
- Researching threat tools and tactics
More about you
On your first day, we'll expect you to have:
- Real passion for security
- Experience writing code to get things done
- Deep understanding of network, system, and application security
More about our team
We want diverse skill sets and super smart people so we can all learn from each other and do do interesting things. We don't just click the same buttons over and over.
You will be working along with the security engineering team - a smart group dedicated to improving the security of our products and engineering practices. We work both independently and in collaboration with development teams as we assess and respond to security issues that might occur with new products and features.
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