The primary mission of the Consulting Engineer is to deliver BitSight’s unique value proposition to customers and prospects, demonstrate our competitive advantage in the market, and provide a consistent baseline of product, domain, and technical expertise across all sales teams & engagements.


The BitSight Consulting Engineer provides both pre-sales and post-sales consulting to BitSight strategic customers. The Consulting Engineer is a deep technical resource supporting our sales teams by:

  • Providing BitSight Platform expertise
  • Providing technical expertise in information security and risk
  • Providing domain expertise in Third Party Risk Management and Security Programs
  • Being a thought leader in Security Ratings
  • Supporting our colleagues in driving sales by being responsible for providing clarity, understanding, and confidence to the customer in key activities such as:
    • Customer meeting support
    • Proofs of Concept
    • Requests for Proposal
    • Conducting Workshops
  • Supporting other technical aspects of sales, in partnership with sales teams

The Consulting Engineer is a trusted source of information and expertise in Information Security Programs (Security Performance Management) and Third Party Risk, working with customers to provide guidance on establishing and maintaining mature programs, utilizing security ratings, automation and ongoing monitoring. The Consulting Engineer understands and can communicate the value of BitSight in the First Party and Third Party Risk processes.

The Consulting Engineer will provide workshops and informal working sessions for selected customers, evaluating current program maturity, while incorporating subject matter expertise to transform the program through security ratings, automation and ongoing monitoring. These working sessions will assist in moving the customer forward with a more mature program.


  • Comfortable interacting with people
  • Team-first attitude
  • Excellent written skills
  • Excellent verbal skills
  • Able to think quickly and creatively
  • Understanding of security and networking terms and concepts
  • Proficiency in information risk and/or information security program highly desirable
  • 2-3 years of technical security software or risk technical sales or consulting background
  • 2-3 years of sales/system engineering/solutions architect experience in security or risk highly desirable
  • Experience with Third Party Vendor Risk is a plus
  • Potential travel - around 30-40% of your time
  • Minimum bachelor's degree

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