Senior Software Engineer – Vulnerability Management

About the Team:

Falcon Spotlight is the industry’s first scanless endpoint vulnerability assessment solution, delivering real-time, zero-impact assessments of endpoint security posture. Falcon Spotlight adds preparation and readiness to the unparalleled prevention, detection and response provided by the Falcon platform, resulting in a stronger security posture and unprecedented breach protection.  We are looking for an accomplished hands-on architect to set the technical direction for our Spotlight architecture and vulnerability management capabilities.

What You’ll Need 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science (or commensurate experience in data structures/algorithms/distributed systems)
  • Deep level understanding of the vulnerability management space—as you will be the domain knowledge expert
  • Experience designing and developing vulnerability management platforms and products in a cloud-based environment
  • Experience of architecting at least one Vulnerability Management system like Tenable, Rapid7 or Qualys
  • Experience designing and implementing scalable and re-usable SOA services
  • Solid understanding of distributed systems and scalability challenges, multi-threading, concurrency, and parallel processing technologies
  • Team player skills – we embrace collaborating as a team as much as possible
  • A thorough understanding of engineering best practices from appropriate testing paradigms to effective peer code reviews and resilient architecture
  • The ability to thrive in a fast-paced, test-driven, collaborative and iterative programming environment
  • The skills to meet your commitments on time and produce high quality software that is unit tested, code reviewed, and checked in regularly for continuous integration
  • Existing exposure to Go, Scala, AWS, Cassandra, Kafka, Redis, Splunk is considered an advantage


Join the world’s most secure businesses on the first cloud-native endpoint protection platform built to stop breaches.

Technology we use