Careers

Ever see a careers page that told you anything beyond how great your new job will be and had some photos of smiling faces? neither have we.

Instead lets start with our handbook , read that before you look at the jobs. Our handbook is our code, it sets the tone for everything we do.

About Brooklyn

If the handbook sounds like somewhere you want to work please see below for the current recruitment tracks. Given what we do, many of these require specialist skills. However, we also believe that a good candidate can learn something new and grow into a role, so if you are not a perfect match, but think you have what it takes then contact us and we’ll talk.

Security Specialists

Penetration testers, red team specialists, incident response experts, vulnerability researchers, and network security experts. We have openings at all levels, all we ask is that you can do whatever you say you can (there will probably be a test).

No two projects are the same, however the objective is usually the same – namely to identify issues that could seriously harm our clients, and help determine how best to fix them.  Much of our work is done remotely, but some requires travel.

What you bring:

  • Problem solving abilities.
  • The ability to work solo or as part of a team.
  • A desire to learn.
  • Experience delivering specialized security services. Either as a team member, or team leader. Our red teaming covers cyber/social/physical domains, so if you have strengths in one of those that’s a good start.
  • Penetration test experience in any of the following areas; networks, applications, embedded devices, mobile, operating systems (including the rarer ones), and “cloud” environments.
  • Experience with C2 and post exploitation frameworks.
  • Proficiency with python, powershell, ruby, C++, shell scripting, or similar.
  • Experience with enterprise network/system/application architecture and design.
  • An understanding of Windows and Linux systems administration.

Developers

If you’re looking to work on interesting projects, and have some knowledge of python, graph databases, C++, neural networks, and lisp (mostly for the interesting conversations) then please reach out.

What you bring:

  • Problem solving abilities.
  • The ability to work solo or as part of a team.
  • A desire to learn.
  • Knowledge of python, web development frameworks, or the ability to learn python based on your knowledge of other languages.
  • Knowledge of database management and querying. Preferably graph databases, and ArangoDB specifically.
  • Front end web development experience – HMTL, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Knowledge of Docker.

Intelligence Specialists

Critical thinkers, with analytical ability, who can think on their feet. Languages are always a plus, as is the ability to get to the point quickly.

We believe there is a difference between data and intelligence. We are not looking to push out another feed which drowns clients in noise. Instead we do a range of targeted activities including data collection and analysis, to provide our clients with valuable intelligence.

What you bring:

 

  • Problem solving abilities.
  • The ability to work solo or as part of a team.
  • A desire to learn.
  • Language skills .
  • Information security or intelligence experience.
  • Strong communication skills.

Business Development

Interested in helping clients with an end-to-end cyber security solution? We help our clients as if their companies were our own, this means whoever they meet from our team has to understand what they are talking about and listen. We’re delivering long term solutions unlike anyone else. If you can help us please let us know.

What you bring

 

  • Problem solving abilities.
  • The ability to work solo or as part of a team.
  • A desire to learn.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Attention to detail.

Data Scientists

Looking to work somewhere that your quantitative discipline skills can have an impact you can see? If you have experience with statistical data analysis such as linear models, multivariate analysis, stochastic models, and sampling methods, plus some experience with machine learning then drop us a line. One key point, to us, cyber security is a wicked problem, so you’re going to need to dive in and maybe try whatever crazy ideas you have.

What you bring:

 

  • Problem solving abilities.
  • The ability to work solo or as part of a team.
  • A desire to learn.
  • Experience working with large, complex data sets.
  • The ability to build an prototype analysis pipelines iteratively to provide insights at scale.
  • Interact with a wide variety or people and teams.

About Brooklyn