Sr. Member of Technical Staff- Cloud Security at ThoughtSpot
Bangalore, IN

We, at ThoughtSpot, are looking for a Senior Cloud Security Engineer. You will be the subject matter expert for all things security and regulatory compliance at ThoughtSpot. You understand strategic priorities, business and technical requirements, issues, and tactical problems, to develop and articulate robust and innovative security technology solutions. Become a cloud security evangelist for internal stakeholders and build solutions that are aligned with internal security, regulatory, and deal requirements.

Responsibilities

  • Take a leadership role in defining tools, techniques, and technologies used to secure and monitor ThoughtSpot's cloud infrastructure.
  • You will be a key member of the team in innovating, designing, and developing a security management system for all of ThoughtSpot's Cloud applications and infrastructure
  • You will contribute to building tools and applications that will strengthen and innovate in the security space within Thoughtspot's cloud and infrastructure.
  • Foster a culture of security consciousness while understanding the trade-offs between security, usability, and performance at a large scale.
  • You will influence and assist in new security solutions, security processes, security standards to support hyper-scale SaaS growth.

Required skills/qualifications

  • Proven experience of a minimum of 8 years of deep technical experience in software security product development
  • 5+ years of hands-on programming experience in Python,  or any strong object-oriented programming language; 3+ years of experience with building cloud services
  • Working knowledge of scripting languages (e.g. Python, Ruby, Perl) and experience with multiple data storage solutions
  • Experience with deploying containerized applications using Docker and k8s (or similar)
  • Knowledge of AWS/Azure/Google Cloud security services and tools.
  • Experience with cloud provisioning and orchestration tools such as Kubernetes, Terraform, and Ansible