Blink Health is a well-funded healthcare technology company on a mission to make prescription drugs more accessible and affordable for everyone. We're scaling up in a highly complex, historically resistant to innovation by changing the way Americans access the prescription drugs they need.

Our proprietary platform and supply chain offers everyone amazingly inexpensive prices on over 15,000 medications -- with and without insurance. Blink is providing a life-changing experience for people all over the country and fixing how opaque, unfair, and overpriced healthcare has become. 

We want everyone at Blink to be able to do the best work of their lives. We are a relentlessly learning, constantly curious, and aggressively collaborative cross-functional team. Join us!


  • Researches, designs, and implements cyber security solutions that comply with all applicable security policies and standards
  • Enables business growth and scaling of our cloud-first pharmacy solutions by making recommendations to improve the security of our network, system and application architectures 
  • Works with IT, Infrastructure, Engineering teams and internal and external business partners to ensure that security is factored in the evaluation, selection, installation and configuration process of hardware and software
  • Analyzes complex logs, forensic artifacts, and scanning system results to identify suspicious or hostile actions on company systems, and to identify out-of-date or misconfigured software, operating systems, or packages
  • Assists in the review and update of cyber security policies, architectures and standards
  • Assists in responding to audits, penetration tests and vulnerability assessments
  • Documents everything, understanding why documentation is important, and ensuring proper tracking of issues and/or architecture design changes
  • Has good judgment, a sense of urgency and has demonstrated commitment to high standards of ethics, regulatory compliance, customer service and business integrity
  • Has an ability to effectively influence others to modify their opinions, plans, or behaviors
  • Self-motivated and possessing of a high sense of urgency and personal integrity

Desired Experience

Candidates will be evaluated primarily upon their ability to demonstrate the competencies required to be successful in the role, as described above. For reference, the typical work experience and educational background of candidates in this role are as follows:

  • BS or MA in computer science, cybersecurity or a related field
  • 5+ years of experience in cybersecurity, especially in a security engineering role
  • Certified information systems security professional (CISSP) or equivalent

Technical Experience

  • You have strong technical expertise in network security knowledge, to include VPN, firewall, network monitoring, intrusion detection, and wireless security
  • You have practical experience engineering and tuning security solutions including vulnerability scanners, EDR solutions, DLP solutions, WAFs, and ingesting all relevant data into a SIEM for analysis, alerting, and threat hunting
  • You deliver insights for vulnerability prioritization, remediation and reporting to engineering teams by ingesting, and abstracting the results of security assessment tools into a single platform (using tools such as Brinqa or Kenna)
  • You have a high level of skill and proven experience securing the use of cloud services offered by various cloud providers (AWS, GCP, Azure, etc) - AWS preferred
  • You have an understanding of the full stack of abstractions provided by modern container orchestration platforms such as Apache Mesos and Docker Swarm (we use Kubernetes)
  • You have familiarity with modern container security tools such as Prisma Cloud Compute
  • You understand how to implement automated security controls in release pipelines.  We use GitHub Actions, Helm, and AWS offerings
  • You seek to automate manual processes and know at least one scripting language (e.g., Perl, Python, PowerShell)

Knowledge and Skills

  • Strong understanding of healthcare and payment card industry security standards and  regulations (HIPAA, NIST, HITRUST, and PCI-DSS) 
  • Strong knowledge of common vulnerabilities and exploitation techniques 
  • Strong decision-making capabilities, with a proven ability to weigh the relative costs and benefits of potential actions and identify the most appropriate one
  • Strong problem-solving and trouble-shooting skills

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