What we do
MMOX Smart effectively reduces your companies cyber risks. You outsource your cyber risk management to us. You get insight, targeted advice, incident response, a cyber insurance and software.
Why Work For Us
An entrepreneurial job at a rapidly growing and innovative company in the coolest industry there is! You will be part of an experienced team of Cyber Risk professionals. There will be plenty of room for personal and professional development. We will provide you with all the tools you need to be successful (laptop, phone, on-the-job training). We have an ambitious, informal, and hands-on company atmosphere. You will be contributing actively to our joint success!
We are an experienced team of Cyber Risk professionals, analysts, tech geeks and business savvy people; hands-on, with no rigid organizational structures. We are building the company and the team based three core values:
- We empathize with colleagues, clients, business partners to make meaning in what we do;
- We celebrate successes and learn from failures together;
- We encourage each other to improve our abilities and ourselves every day.
We are looking for like-minded, energetic, fresh thinking people to join us.
Our Engineering Processes
We do agile. Currently we use ScrumBan to help us manage our work. We have a KanBan board to visualize the workflow and WIP. We cherry-pick scrum rituals like retrospectives and demos to help us improve and share our work. But if the team decides to do things differently tomorrow, we’ll do things differently.
Our team believes in the DevOps principles. We are end-to-end responsible for everything we build and automate whenever it helps us to spend more time on the fun stuff.
Our Hiring Process
In order to maximize the chances of a successful collaboration, we have a thorough hiring process. During the process we want you to get a full and realistic idea of what your job and responsibilities will be and what working at MMOX will be like. Of course, we also want to know how you work and what skills you possess. The hiring process contains the following steps:
An introductory interview with our recruiter: she will provide a lot of information on both the content of the job and the company culture. She will also ask you all about your experience and your ideal next step. She will also try to get an idea of your desired salary. If after this conversation both you and us are curious to continue talking, we will schedule a second interview.
This interview will be more technical and will be performed by the engineering lead and one other software engineer. If this technical conversation goes well for both parties, we will give you an assessment.
The assessment will be presented by you to the complete engineering team (6 persons). If it's still a go for both you and us, you will have a final interview.
This will be a conversation with one of our founders. The main aim will be to do a final check on culture and team fit.
We aim to organize at least one of the 4 interviews on site at the office. We believe meeting in person and experiencing the environment you will be working at, is an important piece of information during the hiring process. We also value a swift and timely process so if for efficiency purposes we need to do a few conversations online, this is possible too. We aim to complete the full hiring process within 4 weeks.
You can choose your own weapon of choice. Feel at home on a MacOS or Linux system? No problem. You can even use Microsoft windows, if you really want to.
Engineering is learning. We make sure you’ll have the time and tools to improve your skills and knowledge to get to the next level.
We develop in a variety of languages, like Python, Java, Kotlin, Typescript and Bash. Our software runs in containers on platforms like AWS ECS and K8s. The systems we use are Linux/BSD, but we prefer to be serverless as much as possible. Our infrastructure is primarily cloud-based, focused on but not restricted to AWS.
Part of our infrastructure a physical network appliances, which we call cybersensors, based on BSD and pfSense.