Experienced in #InfoSec? Want to help journalists stay safe and change the world? OCCRP is hiring a Security Analyst:
This can be a remote position, but relocation to beautiful Sarajevo is welcome. Don't let the requirement list put you off, apply even if you feel you might not fully meet all them.
You'll be working in a global team of techies, using FLOSS technologies, keeping data and people safe and secure in the changing digital landscape.
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And yet we have not received a lot of applications so far.
Don't be shy. Don't let the Impostor Syndrome get to you. You don't need a diploma or dozens of certificates to apply. You won't be wasting our time.
We're hackers like you. We need you.
We try to tread this line carefully, and we try to have our systems set up in a way that the information we publish will not make us unsafe.
Information we published in that job description is reasonably expected to have already been available to a well-prepared attacker from other sources anyway.
@rysiek @OCCRP Thanks for elaborating. I wouldn't have a better answer myself. It was just one of the things that came to mind, and always comes to mind for me with such vacancies. The paranoia is there, but I lack some skills, otherwise I would've surely loved to help your organization become more secure. Keep up the good work!
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!