By making evidence the heart of security, we help customers stay ahead of ever-changing Cyber-attacks.

 

Corelight is the cybersecurity company that transforms network and cloud activity into evidence. Evidence that elite defenders use to proactively hunt for threats, accelerate response to cyber incidents, gain complete network visibility and create powerful analytics using machine-learning and behavioral analysis tools. Easily deployed, and available in traditional and SaaS-based formats, Corelight is the fastest-growing Network Detection and Response (NDR) platform in the industry. And we are the only NDR platform that leverages the power of Open Source projects in addition to our own technology to deliver Intrusion Detection (IDS), Network Security Monitoring (NSM), and Smart PCAP solutions. We sell to some of the most sensitive, mission critical large enterprises and government agencies in the world.

 

We are seeking a very talented, resourceful and collaborative person to join our technical marketing team. This person will be assisting customers to understand our cybersecurity products by showcasing Corelight to the world. That will be through speaking, writing technical papers, blogging, and webinars.

 

Opportunity:

  • Help customers improve their cybersecurity posture
  • Figure out how to best highlight our product features
  • Design and implement technical solutions with partners
  • Understand our competitive space and how we relate
  • Explain our technology and the cybersecurity space
  • Create/maintain technical marketing collateral: evaluation guides, blogs, technical white papers, presentations, videos integration guides, & demonstrations
  • Influence others and be seen as a technical expert
  • This is a remote position

 

Qualifications:

  • Zeek or Bro experience 
  • SIEM experience 
  • Public writing (blogs, white papers)
  • Deliver webinars and create video recordings
  • Public speaking
  • Ability to demo a product to customers
  • Understanding of TCP/IP
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Advanced background in cybersecurity
  • Enjoy experimenting with new technologies to design novel solutions
  • Robust problem-solving skills, the ability to learn from doing, personal accountability, and a positive and professional attitude
  • Must embrace change and love learning new things
  • Highly analytical with the ability to derive facts quickly, methodically, and accurately

 

Preferred:

  • Prior startup experience
  • Cloud experience 
  • DevOps experience 
  • Scripting experience 
  • Threat Hunting experience
  • Experience with Suricata or Snort
  • Experience with Wireshark or other PCAP solutions
  • API integrations

 

We are proud of our culture and values - driving diversity of background and thought, low-ego results, applied curiosity and tireless service to our customers and community. Corelight is committed to a geographically dispersed yet connected employee base with employees working from home and office locations around the world. Fueled by an accelerating revenue stream, and investments from top-tier venture capital organizations such as Crowdstrike, Accel and Insight - we are rapidly expanding our team.

 

Check us out @ corelight.com

 

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