CyberArk Conjur Engineering
We are working to set a new standard for how development, security, and operations teams communicate with each other. We want application development to not be plagued by so many breaches, and we want developers to be confident that they can code safely and deliver value fast without adding the risk of being hacked.
We do this by leveraging the deep security experience of the CyberArk organization while adhering to best-practice DevOps principles, and redefining how teams of engineers and security professionals at each level work together. We are at the forefront of setting best practices for application security, from when the first code is committed to when code is deployed to production. We are no longer living in a world where dev, ops, and sec teams can afford to work in a silo, communicating only as the code moves from one stage of deployment to the next. We need tools and practices that allow for quick and regular communication between teams, so that developers can move fast and can do so while preserving the security of their applications, work environments, and tools.
Join our team and help us change the industry.
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Join the Conjur team
Our current openings are listed below. To apply, send us your resume - and consider submitting with a solution to our puzzle. The puzzle is an opportunity for you to get a feeling for some of the areas we work in; it won't take you very long, and we hope you'll enjoy it!
We are looking for experienced software engineers to join our team. Conjur engineers work on a wide variety of projects, from integrations with some of today's most popular DevOps tools to moonshot projects that seek to revolutionize the way engineering teams factor in security when deploying applications. To learn more about what Conjur Engineering looks like, make sure you have read through the books above.
We know that if you're a professional engineer, experience with specific tools or languages can usually be picked up quickly. That being said, Conjur engineers are using the following tools on a more-or-less daily basis:
- Ruby, Rails, Golang, Postgres, and JS
- Docker, GitHub, and Jenkins
- Kubernetes, OpenShift, Cloud Foundry
- AWS, Azure, GCP
- Ansible, Puppet, Chef