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Application Security Engineer


Application Security Engineer

About Callyo

At Callyo, we build innovative, simple, meaningful tools within reach of all in law enforcement to combat crimes such as human trafficking and child exploitation. Callyo has changed the way investigations are done, and believes that you shouldn't need special equipment to do something special.

Callyo has been called "arguably the most innovative new policing technology in the past 20 years" while maintaining 99% satisfaction and renewal across 100,000+ officers and 10,000+ agencies. We have saved countless man-hours and taxpayer expense, increased prosecution rates, and improved the well-being of investigators with solutions that respect the privacy of our fellow citizens.

Want to work on things that matter?  Want to work at a fast-growing SaaS company? Join our team as an application security engineer focused on helping our clients achieve success using Callyo products.

What You Get to Do

An Application Security Engineer at Callyo helps develop and maintain secure software applications and infrastructure that keep our communities safe. In this position you get to:

  • Work with our software engineering team to deliver secure, world-class software experiences
  • Secure and test our web and mobile applications against common threats like those outlined by OWASP Top 10 and SANS Top 20
  • Build automated security checks into continuous integration and deployment pipelines
  • Build resilient, secure infrastructure using Amazon Web Services
  • Oversee security practices among company systems such as email and CRMs

Required Skills/Experience

  • Prior work experience specializing in software application security
  • Practical knowledge of cryptography, authentication, and authorization
  • Competence developing software with one or more programming languages
  • Familiarity with OWASP Top 10 and SANS Top 20 Critical Security Controls
  • Experience designing and implementing secure networking between application services
  • Experience briefing high-level clients of differing skill-sets on security practices
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

Desired Skills/Experience

  • Prior security clearance, experience working with government or law enforcement systems preferred, though not required
  • Experience working with cloud infrastructure providers such as AWS, Google Cloud, or Microsoft Azure
  • Experience implementing continuous integration and continuous deployment pipelines
  • Experience implementing tooling that performs automated security checks on code and/or infrastructure
  • Willingness to assist the engineering team in implementing and improving devops tooling and processes

Job Expectations

  • Prioritize and stay current with industry-standard security practices and relevant security vulnerabilities
  • Be an avid learner and show passion for your craft
  • Work effectively in a team oriented environment
  • Work with developers to create plans for security
  • Audit existing code and infrastructure
  • Present security best-practices to the engineering team and management
  • Ability to work with minimal direction
  • Self starter, able to turn abstract goals into concrete plans

Who Will You Work With?

  • An organization with an extreme passion for customer service and officer safety, proven in our 99% customer satisfaction and renewal rates
  • Highly collaborative sales, engineering, and customer success teams that build lifesaving products that customers love
  • Investigators who look to you as a trusted partner, solving cases that make the world a safer place for our children
  • A company that you can be proud of -- feeling good that what you do makes the world a safer place for everyone

What We Have to Offer

As a member of the Callyo team, your health and well-being are among our highest priorities.

  • Competitive compensation package
  • 401k, health, vision and dental insurance
  • Generous paid time off
  • New cell phone, computer and other technology needs
  • An office blocks from beautiful Tampa Bay
  • A supportive, open, and equal opportunity employment environment

Before You Apply

  • Applicants must be full US Citizens with a clear criminal background
  • The position is on-site in St. Petersburg, FL
  • Relocation is considered for qualified candidates
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