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Job Openings at Datashield and Partner Companies

Jobs in Cybersecurity IT 2021To go alongside our upcoming webinar, How to Get a Job in IT, Datashield is sharing open job positions within our company and our partners RSA, SentinelOne, Google Chronicle, ExtraHop, Microsoft, Proofpoint, Digital Shadows, and Vmware Carbon Black.

Positions range from Technical Support and Analyst openings to Client Support and Project Manager.

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Here is a list of jobs we've compiled by company.

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RSA

SentinelOne

Google Chronicle

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  • Cloud Integration Engineer, Google Workspace, Google Cloud
    New York, NY, USA - Atlanta, GA, USA - Reston, VA, USA
  • Customer Success Manager, Chronicle, Security
    New York, NY, USA
  • Customer Engineer, Security Specialist, Chronicle
    Singapore

ExtraHop

Microsoft

Proofpoint

Digital Shadows

Vmware Carbon Black

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Cassidy Trowbridge
Cassidy is a marketing specialist at Datashield. She manages Datashield's content and social marketing strategies.

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