Join the Ocrolus rocket ship!
 
Ocrolus is the leading intelligent automation platform that helps customers make faster and more accurate decisions. Ocrolus transforms documents into digital data and analytics within minutes. That’s why partners like PayPal, Plaid, and Square work with us. Ocrolus has raised over $100 million in venture capital, backed by Oak HC/FT, FinTech Collective, Bullpen Capital, and QED Investors, among others. Business Insider recognized Ocrolus for Best Company Culture and Best Company CEO, as voted on by employees via Comparably.
 
Summary:

Ocrolus is a fast-growing financial technology organization with many emerging security threats and we are building a world-class security program to keep Ocrolus and our customer’s data secure.  We are looking for a diverse set of security practitioners to help us design, build, and scale security at Ocrolus.  We value critical thinking, creativity, data-driven and intelligence-driven approaches, and offensive experience.  We believe security is a collaborative and open process, where security is a partner to help achieve business goals securely.  We believe in saying “yes, and” instead of “no” when recommending security objectives.  We don’t believe in using fear or penalty for enforcement of security policies and processes, and we will always provide evidence and justification for security controls.

 

What you'll do:

  • Triage and investigate security alerts and perform security investigations.
  • Design, build, and test detections and alerts that will increase the efficacy of our security program.
  • Build and document investigation procedure, response and recovery playbooks, and automation.
  • Perform threat hunting, threat intelligence analysis, breach readiness, and red team exercises.
  • Provide clear and detailed documentation for detections, investigations, and hunts.
  • Build relationships with stakeholders throughout the organization.
  • Help build a collaborative and enlightening world-class security team at Ocrolus.
  • Spread security culture throughout the organization.

What you'll bring:

  • Experience conducting and managing security investigations.
  • Experience running, growing, or scaling a security operations or threat detection and response program.
  • Experience engineering and building threat detections, incident response and recovery runbooks, automation and orchestration, and threat hunting.
  • Deep knowledge of technology and processes used in security operations.
  • Ability to explain basic security, engineering, networking, and cloud concepts.
  • Great communication, prioritization, and project management skills
 
Life at Ocrolus
 
Come build the future of fintech with us. At Ocrolus, you will work with extraordinary people and receive benefits and development opportunities to empower you in and out of the office.  
 
We take pride in our dynamic, diverse team, unified by shared values of Ownership, Optimism, Objectivity, Humility, Urgency, and Appreciation. We love what we do and the people we do it with, which is why we welcome every individual, provide them with equal opportunity irrespective of their race, gender, gender identity, age, disability, national origin or any other legally protected rights that one has.
 
Launch your own Ocrolus experience today!
 
We look forward to hearing from you!

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