RECUR is a technology company that designs & develops dedicated branded experiences that allow fans to buy, collect, and re-sell digital products and collectibles (NFTs). RECUR is the only blockchain-agnostic NFT platform ultimately giving its brand partners the widest range of distribution and their fan bases the widest range of utility. RECUR also co-authored the recurring royalty standard for NFTs, allowing for creators, artists, athletes, and brands to participate in the secondary sales of their assets in perpetuity.

We are looking for a Sr. Product Security Engineer to help scale our product security function, which works closely with engineering & product management to ensure that security is appropriately addressed across the RECUR NFT platform and ecosystem.  This role will report to our Director of Cyber Security.

Security at RECUR is a remote team. While prior experience working remotely isn't required, we are looking for team members who perform well given a high level of independence and autonomy.

What do we at RECUR believe makes a great security engineering team? 

Here are our core beliefs:   

  • It’s important to have team members that care about the team’s results more than their own individual achievements
  • It’s important for leadership to be tolerant of making mistakes
  • It’s important that the team members help, teach, and mentor one another
  • It’s important not to place blame on individuals when things go bad but instead to evaluate as a team how we do it better the next time
  • It’s important to be clear on what that mission is and minimize the distractions on the teams executing on that mission
  • Small teams execute better than big ones, empower small teams with ownership and minimize the dependencies between them
  • It’s important to encourage self-directed innovation

What you will do at RECUR

  • Contribute to secure architecture and design of RECUR products.
  • Work across various product and engineering teams to prioritize security features and bugs, and ensure implementation and mitigations.
  • Monitor threats and vulnerabilities impacting RECUR products and services; triage reported vulnerabilities, identify mitigations and assess/communicate associated risk.
  • Plan & execute security assessments (dynamic testing, static testing, code review, etc) and threat modeling of RECUR products, services, and associated cloud infrastructure.
  • Build and implement security solutions across the product life-cycle, such as standalone security tools, CI/CD pipeline integrations, product security features/fixes, etc.
  • Act as SME on multiple information security areas (e.g. security architecture, application security, threat modeling etc.)
  • Assist in execution of 3rd-party audits, penetration tests, and bug bounty programs.
  • Contribute to the creation and delivery of security training.
  • Research emerging attack vectors and techniques.

We are looking for talented self-starters with 4+ years of security experience. We will consider experienced engineers with less security-specific experience but the desire to learn!

What you bring to RECUR

  • Product / service architectures in modern cloud environments (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS).
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and/or Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
  • Modern engineering practices, processes, and tools, particularly related to the Go programming language and ecosystem.
  • Secure development practices, and integration into broader engineering activities.
  • Secure operations practices, specifically with regard to cloud environments.
  • Application and infrastructure security testing methodologies and tools.
  • Security design / architecture and threat modeling.
  • Vulnerabilities (old and new), and options for defense / mitigation.
  • Product vulnerability management lifecycle.
  • Security audits, penetration tests, and/or bug bounty programs.
  • Cryptography and cryptographic libraries.

Benefits & Perks

  • Commitment to being a remote-first company & embracing remote work best practices
  • Comprehensive insurance plans - health, dental, and vision + disability and life Insurance
  • Equity in RECUR
  • 401(k) with 2% company matching, no waiting period
  • Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Accounts
  • 4 weeks paid vacation, 11 company holidays, 3 floating holidays
  • Parental Leave - Primary & Secondary
  • $100 per month stipend for internet & cell phone
  • Learning and development reimbursement (including online courses, certifications, conferences, seminars, etc.)
  • Free monthly subscription to Headspace, Aaptiv, Omada

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