About Bluevine

Bluevine is on a mission to enable a better financial future for small business owners through innovative banking solutions designed just for them. By combining best-in-class technology with advanced security and a deep understanding of the small business community, we deliver end-to-end banking and lending products that empower always-on entrepreneurs to grow their businesses with confidence. 

As a dynamic company with massive potential, we’re backed by leading investors such as Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, 83North, Citi Ventures, and nearly 9 years of proven success. Since launching in 2013, we have grown exponentially, amassing over 400,000 customers across all 50 states and a global team of more than 500 people. Our passion is driven by purpose: to give small businesses the tools they need to succeed and we’re just getting started. 

All of this begins with our team who are driven by collaboration, problem-solving, and learning and growing together. With a commitment to innovation and community impact, our mission is to help every small business—and every team member—thrive. Join us!

We are seeking a Security Operations Center Analyst to help lead the Security Operations Center efforts in Bluevine in a rapidly evolving environment. As an analyst, you will use analytic and technical skills to build and monitor network security resources, investigate and resolve security incidents, identify malicious activity and potential insider threats, and coordinate incident response.

Responsibilities:

  • Investigate, analyze and respond to security alerts, violations and incidents
  • Define and review reports/alerts in order to detect security policies/standard violations
  • Handle potential phishing, and spear phishing campaigns
  • Help develop, implement, and maintain SOC policies, processes and procedures
  • Perform risk analysis and security assessment
  • Implement the Security Awareness Program among the workers
  • Performs data analysis and threat research/hunting activities

Qualifications:

  • Minimum - 5 years of experience in the Information Security field
  • 3 years of experience with SIEM systems or other log managers
  • Must possess a working knowledge of network communications (e.g. TCP, UDP, ICMP, etc.) and common internet applications and standards (e.g. SMTP, DNS, DHCP, SQL, HTTP, HTTPS, etc.)
  • Deep knowledge of Linux and Windows Operating systems (1+ years)
  • Experience with Bash/Perl/Python/Ruby scripting
  • Possess strong organisational, analytical and attention to detail skills
  • Strong self-learning skills
  • at-least 1 year of experience with Cloud IaaS services such as: AWS, Azure, GCP
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to read, write and speak English fluently, including technical concepts and terminology
  • Advantage - Experience in Penetration Testing

BENEFITS AND PERKS - for employees located in the US

  • Excellent health coverage and life insurance benefits
  • 401K with an immediate 3% company match 
  • PTO, Company Holidays, and Flexible Holidays
  • Company-sponsored Mental Health Benefits, including 1:1 therapy
  • Over $1,000 annually for a wellness benefit of your choice
  • Monthly WFH stipend
  • Generous, paid parental leave covering up to 16 weeks
  • Access to financial coaches and education sessions
  • Free commuter benefits - Caltrain passes for San Francisco employees and a monthly parking allowance
  • Weekly catered lunches and fully stocked kitchen pantries
  • Dog-friendly Redwood City, CA office
  • Community-based volunteering opportunities 

BENEFITS & PERKS - for employees located in Israel 

  • Excellent group health coverage and life insurance benefits
  • Stock options
  • Flexible hybrid work model
  • Large Study Fund contribution
  • Salary Benchmarks and Checkpoints 
  • Monthly meal card of TenBis or CiBus (your choice) with generous balance
  • Free parking for cars, scooters, and bikes
  • Free gym membership
  • Company-sponsored Mental Health Benefits
  • PTO, Company Holidays, and Flexible Holidays
  • Community-based volunteering opportunities

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