About the Role:
Are you ready for your next real security challenge? Are you passionate about helping organizations stop breaches using a platform that just works? If so, CrowdStrike is seeking a Corporate Pre-Sales Engineer with significant security expertise. You should be able to articulate how current security solutions are designed and deployed, and why they are failing. You will be part of a team responsible for changing what the security market and customers believe is possible with a next-generation endpoint technology.
You should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment on multiple engagements.
This role is open to candidates in Texas only (Remote).
Skills and Experience:
Experienced in endpoint or network security space – AV, EDR, incident response, forensics, SIEM, firewall, HIPS/IDS, etc.
Strong understanding of Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems
Familiarity with implementing APIs
Can easily articulate complex security problems to a diverse set of audiences
Strong self-starter with the ability to work independently
Can work collaboratively with Sales, Marketing, Support, and Engineering; the Sales Engineer should be the technical bridge between CrowdStrike and prospects/customers
Excellent communication and presentation skills with the ability to present to a variety of external audiences, including C-level executives
Extensive contacts in the information security field and strong references
Effective time management and organizational skills a must
Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant field
Sales engineering background or 5+ years of relevant work experience
Ability to travel as required
Nice To Have:
Experience with malware, threat intelligence, and/or sandbox analysis
Experience with programming or scripting languages such as PowerShell, Python, and Bash
Experience with virtualization/VDI technologies
Experience with large scale cloud platforms such as AWS, Azure, GCP, etc.
Understanding of the OSI model
Certifications such as CEH, CISSP, OSCP, and SANS
Want to help us redefine what endpoint security should really look like? Let’s have a chat. Be prepared to tell us what differentiates you.