Company Overview

Expanse protects the world’s most important organizations by discovering risks on the Internet no one else can find. Our customers comprise more than 10% of the routable Internet and rely on our products to discover, manage, and secure their global Internet assets. Born from DARPA, Expanse was founded in 2012 and is backed by more than $135M in funding.

Position Summary

Expanse’s global collections architecture yields the best and most detailed global view into the device layer of the public internet data set ever created. The Cyber Research team, within Expanse’s National Security Division, leverages datasets ranging in size from gigabytes to petabytes in unconventional ways to produce unparalleled cybersecurity insights. Cyber Research also conducts its own unique collection and analysis in support of special projects.

Our work is varied, exciting, and meaningful. We rapidly prototype new capabilities to address specific customer needs. We improve our Internet intelligence through other, unique forms of data collection. We develop, maintain, and use our own tools to perform threat hunting. We stand up infrastructure and conduct our own vulnerability research of customer networks. We are consistently shown the impact of our work and are proud to be a part of our nation’s cyber defense.

What You’ll Do

  • Protect our customers against malicious actors on the Internet
  • Develop software to better leverage our datasets in the various missions of threat hunting, vulnerability discovery, and as-yet undetermined missions
  • Grow our library of datasets and integrate new capabilities into our tools
  • Develop novel techniques and approaches for understanding the internet and characterizing data for insights relevant to internal stakeholders and customers
  • Build prototypes that generate insights for customers and help to operationalize them
  • Discover the emergent properties of the internet so we start to expect the unexpected
  • Mentor junior staff, share best practices and technical expertise with a multidisciplinary team 

About You

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or other technical discipline (or equivalent professional experience)
  • Professional experience manipulating large datasets and a high level of comfort with SQL and database operations 
  • Experience setting up databases with varying requirements 
  • Experience in software development, including proficiency in Python 
  • High-level understanding of computer networks and of how the Internet works
  • You enjoy collaborating with other teams and teammates to accomplish shared projects, but can also function with minimal supervision
  • You are comfortable identifying, proposing, and subsequently taking projects from inception to implementation to conclusion/external transition
  • Ability to concisely communicate complex subject matter to technical and non-technical audiences
  • At minimum, you must be eligible for a security clearance, active Secret preferred

Benefits

  • 100% coverage of employee healthcare benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision)
  • 60% coverage for dependent healthcare benefits
  • Unlimited PTO + 8 company holidays
  • Company sponsored parental leave
  • 401k Plan
  • Opportunities for professional development to attend conferences, classes, and workshops
  • $75 every quarter as discretionary team building stipend
  • $50 every month in  cell phone reimbursement
  • $65 every month for your wellness to cover costs of gyms, courses  and other activities
  • $300, one time, to customize your desk space
  • Pre-tax commuter, HSA, &  FSA benefits
  • Onsite gym and bike storage
  • Snacks and beverages in the office + lunch stipend
  • Company-wide events including team building, holiday party, and offsites

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