51 - 100 employees
Series A

Secure Code Warrior Company Overview

Secure Code Warrior is a global security company that makes software development better and more secure. As the secure coding company, our vision is to empower developers to be the first line of defense in their organization by making security highly visible and providing them with the skills and tools to write secure code from the beginning.

We have built a powerful platform that moves the focus from reaction to prevention - training and equipping developers to think and act with a security mindset as they build and verify their skills, gain real-time advice and monitor skill development. Our customers include financial institutions, telecommunications providers and global technology companies in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific.

Jobs at Secure Code Warrior


Secure Code Warrior's Team Awesome is a diverse, clever and passionate crew and we're always looking for people who can bring new skills and perspectives to our team. Our business is growing really fast - including customers, revenue, geographical expansion and technology innovation - and we need the talent to continue to drive our company and industry forward.

If you are passionate about making software development better and more secure and are up to the challenge of a global start-up where two days are rarely the same, view our list of jobs. We love strong thinkers who are eager to work hard as a team and who also enjoy celebrating success together in fun ways.

265 Franklin Street
Boston, MA 02110

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July 14, 2020
We already know there is too much going on in a workday, so what incentive do developers have to schlep off to a classroom, or context-switch to go through five steps to access static theory-based training? ...
July 8, 2020
The idea behind contact tracing apps is sound. This technology, when functioning well, would ensure hotspots are quickly revealed and comprehensive testing can occur - both essential components of fighting the spread of a contagious virus. ...
June 30, 2020
We started to think about what we could do to reduce the barrier to getting training when you need it, and how micro-learning could be implemented into your workflow in a more seamless way....
June 22, 2020
June 23rd is a special entry in the geek calendar, marking International Women in Engineering Day. This is our chance to cast light on the contribution of women to software development....
June 22, 2020
This vulnerability can occur when coders fail to properly implement business logic rules, which could leave their applications vulnerable to different kinds of attacks should a malicious user choose to exploit them....