Golang / Go Job: Software Engineer (Backend)


Sentryo

Software Engineer (Backend) at Sentryo

Lyon, France   (Posted Apr 25 2018)
About the company
A pioneer of Industrial Internet cybersecurity, Sentryo enables organizations to ensure the availability, resilience and safety of their industrial systems while fighting against cyberattacks. The Sentryo solution, ICS CyberVision, is a network monitoring platform which detects any intrusion and anomaly and provides visibility, integrity and security for industrial control systems​. ICS CyberVision is successfully deployed in the energy, manufacturing and transportation business sectors. Sentryo is headquartered in Lyon, France, and has a worldwide presence including offices and partners in Europe, North and South America and Asia.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
We're looking for talented Go developers to work on the backend of ICS CyberVision, our groundbreaking anomaly detection platform for industrial networks and critical infrastructures. This encompasses several data services that all interact with a central PostgreSQL database to maintain a real-time data model of the activity of the network, and can detect changes compared to defined (or learned) baselines.

Candidates would also contribute to our in-house secure Linux distribution and its system components written in Go and Python.

Skills & requirements
3+ years of development experience, proficiency in Go and its associated tools like pprof.

Good written and spoken French is required, or a strong desire to learn quickly should be demonstrated. This position is based in Lyon, France and 100% remote work is not possible for this role.

Instructions how to apply
Please visit our job website at https://sentryo.workable.com/
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Company: Sentryo

Sentryo
Linkedin profile
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Location: Lyon, France

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