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Menlo Security protects organizations against cyber attacks by eliminating the threat of malware. Even with a 99.9% defense, devices are still getting infected​ and our solution is a cloud-based isolation platform which acts as a digital partition to provide users with clean, malware-free web content. We recently raised $75 million in Series-D funding and are backed by top industry investors. We support customers across various enterprises including Fortune 500 companies, leading financial services, and the Department of Defense.

Exciting things are happening at Menlo! We’re looking to grow from 180 employees as we transition from a small start-up into the next phase of our journey, and we need talented people to help us get there. If you want to make a real impact, solve new challenges and take ownership of your career, we encourage you to apply and join our team!

Your Career

Menlo Security promises to deliver world-class support. In this role, you will work with our Customer Success team to personalize our customer’s experience. You will learn your client’s business objectives within their technical environment and focus on mitigating risks and resolving any technical issues in their networks. You’re close to the deployment of our cybersecurity solutions – and we need you to recognize risks before they arise. You get a thrill from seeking out complex issues and finding their resolutions. You’ll be working hand in hand with our developers to reproduce the issues you find and develop permanent solutions to prevent them in the future. 

Your Impact 

  • Provide technical support to customers as outlined by the statement of work and industry best practices 
  • Provide configuration review, troubleshooting and improved standard methodologies to our customers
  • Triage support cases, making sure to record, track, and resolve each issue efficiently and proactively 
  • Provide fault isolation and root cause analysis for technical issues
  • Publish Technical Support Bulletins and other user documentation in the Knowledge Base for continuous education and prevention 
  • Collect and retain customer specific documentation in a secure location for ease of troubleshooting
  • Review of user documentation for training materials, technical marketing collateral, and manuals
  • Travel may be required to customer sites in conjunction with Technical Account Managers for named accounts
  • After hours and weekend on-call support may be needed to support maintenance activities

Your Experience 

  • Recent university graduate or entry-level experience in information security technology
  • Basic knowledge of Linux, TCP/IP, HTML, SSL, SSO, and VMware, and technical support or related experience with a strong customer focus
  • Knowledge of logging/SIEM environments (i.e. Splunk) and network diagnosis tools (i.e.Wireshark)
  • Familiarity with Zendesk and Jira or other CRM tools
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills, strength with establishing relationships 
  • Shown ability to learn cloud security technologies and independently debug security policy, network connectivity and performance issues
  • Ability to clearly articulate technical issues to both technical and non-technical audiences, and explain their impact on business
  • Manage administration accounts, cloud tenants and policy configurations
  • Experience in at least 1 of the following is a plus; Proxy chaining, Firewalls, and/or SAML based authentication

The Team

Our technical support team is critical to our success and mission. As part of this team, you enable customer success by providing support to clients after they have purchased our products. Our dedication to our customers doesn’t stop once they sign – it evolves.

You’ll be involved in implementing new products, transitioning from old products to new, and will fix integrations and critical issues as they are raised – in fact, you’ll seek them out to ensure our clients are safely supported. We fix and identify technical problems, with a pointed focus of providing the best customer support in the industry.


Why Menlo?

Our culture is collaborative, inclusive, and fun! We believe in open communication, supporting new ideas, and sharing a mutual mindset of what we’re aiming to achieve together. There are also tremendous opportunities to take initiative, implement new ideas, and have a hand in building something great.

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