Dragos seeks passionate, hard-working, fun-loving, small-ego, big-brained people. Our tagline is “Safeguarding Civilization” not because we think highly of ourselves, but because the problems we are solving are critically important, today and in the years to come. We look for ICS experts across industries who are committed to growing global expertise in the space by training the next wave of future innovators and thought leaders.
Sometimes you just gotta get outside.
Hiking is a passion.
We love to brew.
Especially when bragging rights are involved.
What’s another passion of ours?
Having a cold one with the team.
We value our team culture and strongly prefer those local to Dragos' headquarters in Maryland, but we know this limits who we can hire. If you'd like us to consider you for a remote position we encourage you to apply!
Please review Dragos’ various divisions and their associated job descriptions. Note that the responsibilities detailed in each constitute a wish list with room to grow into, rather than firm requirements. Does everything sound great except for one thing? Please ask about it. Don’t see the perfect job description for you right now? Drop us your resume.
Our software codifies our knowledge and experience, delivering an intelligent, orchestrated, and automated approach to to asset protection, threat detection, analysis, and response. If you are passionate about automation we encourage you to apply for this job.
We are looking for extremely talented engineers with a background in software development, data management, scalable architectures, orchestration, networking, and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
We are looking to add a senoir front-end web developer to our engineering team! Responsibilities include designing and building a scalable UI, team mentoring and leadership, and plenty of hands-on application development.
We are looking for a self-motivated and enthusiastic Java software engineer interested in developing solutions to help safegaurd our industrial infrastructure.
Our Threat Operations help customers find, respond to, recover from, and communicate security incidents within industrial environments. Our two foci—the leading edge of defensive capabilities and expertise in Industrial Control Systems—require that you excel at finding threats and defending industrial control networks. If you're looking to forward a career in industrial security, and have experience in industrial environments, network security monitoring, incident handling, threat intelligence, and/or digital forensics, we encourage you to apply for this job.
Dragos is looking for analysts with hands-on knowledge of industrial environments including PLCs, RTUs, instrumentation, and the processes they sustain. Working knowledge of incident response and forensics and demonstration of ability to proactively hunt for compromises.
Want to hunt those who threaten civilization? Want to catch and expose threats targeting power plants, water, manufacturing systems, and other industrial control systems? Dragos threat intelligence works to discover these threats, develop innovative analytics for detection, support investigations, and incident response, and provide customers with world-class situational awareness. Unlike many other teams with a broader mission, we focus solely on operational threats to industrial control networks; this gives our analysts the time and space necessary to do world-class research and intelligence on the most advanced and significant threats in the world.
At Dragos, we are not traditional intelligence analysts; we are hunters of evil which threatens the functions of civil society. We are dedicated to the idea that intelligence not properly communicated is not intelligence at all. We get excited by the “thrill of the hunt” and support our Threat Operations Center during customer security incidents. If you are as excited about this as us, please let us know!
We are looking for hunter-analysts with a passion for protecting society and the creativity necessary to uncover the most advanced and sophisticated threats in the world. Our hunter-analysts must love raw data and developing new analytic methods to detect threats.