In our newest Fitbit office in Bucharest, located in the heart of the city, we are planning to build on the foundation laid by the Vector Watch team.
We are looking to keep growing and this role will be fundamental to the continued success of Fitbit as we build exciting new products and services.
Think you’ve found your fit? See what we’re looking for below and apply today.
Think you’ve found your fit? See what we’re looking for below and apply today. Team Mission The information security team exists to create a culture of information security within Fitbit to ensure that our data and our customer's data remain safe.
We aim to achieve this by looking for innovative solutions that allow the business to deliver at scale and velocity. We also like to try and have a little fun along the way.
Main Responsabilities Characteristics of a Good Applicant Self-sufficient and self-guided Someone who can create new processes (i.
e. not just someone who is used to executing a process that someone else has created) Broad knowledge of all areas of information technology including networking, operating systems and ideally application development Experience in information security, specifically in incident response Experience as a system administrator, developer or security engineer Understanding of techniques used by malware and of basic malware analysis methodologies Solves problems through scripting and automation Willing to learn new things Willing to look at for innovative or non-
standard solutions to problems Good sense of humor Calm under pressure Good time management skills Fitbit is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
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