Customer Solutions Engineer

Remote (Seattle or Washington D.C. Metro Area)

 

The opportunity: 

We are looking for a Customer Solutions Engineer to work with ForAllSecure’s strategic partners, prospects and customers. You are a developer turned Application Security expert. At Mayhem, you will play a pivotal role in helping our customers integrate our leading AppSec solution into their development environments. This is a customer-facing, highly technical role. You will work closely with clients to understand their application landscapes, particularly those developed in C/C++, and guide them as a subject matter expert in embedding Mayhem into their software development lifecycle to enhance their security posture.

 

What you will do:

  • Develop and adapt integration strategies for AppSec tools for a variety of development environments, with a focus on C/C++ and low-level systems.
  • Collaborate with customers to understand their application security needs and system architectures.
  • Help customers author new testing mocks (fuzzing harnesses) and integrate them into the customers build and development processes so they can take advantage of dynamic analysis.
  • Provide technical guidance and support to customers, including best practices for application security.
  • Create and maintain documentation related to integration processes and customer guidance.
  • Continuously learn and apply new techniques in dynamic program analysis and security best practices to assist clients effectively.

 

You are someone who:

  • Achieved a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field, or equivalent experience
  • Has a strong foundation in C/C++ programming, especially in low-level systems environments
  • Has a strong foundation in typical SDLC tools, such as build systems and CICD systems
  • Is familiar with software development and application security concepts
  • Has experience with software development and application security concepts, such as fuzzing,  SAST, and DAST
  • Demonstrates excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to adapt solutions to unique customer environments
  • Possesses strong communication skills, with the ability to explain complex technical concepts to non-technical stakeholders
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a US security clearance
  • Has experience writing fuzz targets in C/C++ (preferred)
  • Has worked in a customer facing role (preferred)
  • Has examples of contributions to OSS projects (preferred)
  • Has experience with Matlab (code generation) and/or VxWorks (preferred)
  • Has experience with binary analysis, Clang IR, etc. (preferred)

 

Who we are:

Our hunger for success drives our actions. We have respect for all, respect that people will have different opinions, and strive to mitigate unconscious bias. We commit to being responsible, transparent, and accountable in our actions to our customers and each other. We have a growth mindset, believe challenges can be opportunities, and ask what we can do 10% better each time.

We believe in a world where autonomous application security allows us to move faster and beat attackers. We do not believe the status quo is working, as companies are developing software much faster than they can manually secure it. We developed an autonomous appsec AI engine called Mayhem, which automatically tests and finds new zero-day exploitable vulnerabilities before attackers. Mayhem was battle tested in and won the DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency) Cyber Grand Challenge, and exhibited at the US Smithsonian Museum. ForAllSecure is bringing Mayhem to the world as an enterprise sales technology.

ForAllSecure’s customers include Roblox, Cloudflare, Motional, US CyberCommand, where applications range from securing online platforms used by millions to critical mission safety systems. Fortune 1000 companies in aerospace, automotive, and high-tech partner with ForAllSecure for scalable, advanced security testing that keeps pace with increasing development speeds and deployment frequencies. Other awards include the 2021 SINET 16, 2021 Global Infosec Award, and the MIT Technology Review as one of the 50 Smartest Companies. We are backed by NEA and KDI, having just raised our Series B funding.

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