51 - 100 employees
Series C
B2B
Enterprise Software / SaaS
Security

Snyk Company Overview

Snyk’s mission is to help developers use open source code and stay secure. 

The use of open source is booming, but security is a key concern (https://snyk.io/stateofossecurity/). Snyk’s unique developer focused product enables developers and enterprise security to continuously find & fix vulnerable dependencies without slowing down, with seamless integration into Dev & DevOps workflows.

Snyk is adopted by over 100,000 developers, has multiple enterprise customers (such as Google, New Relic, ASOS and others) and is experiencing rapid growth. Our investors are Canaan Partners, BOLDStart, and several successful developer tools entrepreneurs.

Snyk was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Israel with offices in London and the US.

Jobs at Snyk

 
5 Jobs Listed
Clear Filters
Boston
Currently seeking candidates to cover US/Canada Were looking for driven, user-focussed Sales Engineers to interface between our customers (new and current!) and our product engineering teams, both supporting adoption of Snyk in new organisations and helping to evolve what Snyk has to offer. Snyk's mission is to help developers and organizations use open source code and stay secure. We believe that open source is a force for good, but security is a key concern. Our product enables developers and enterprise security teams to continuously find &...
Sales & Business Development
Boston
Snyk is looking for an experienced, entrepreneurial attorney to join the growing Snyk Legal function and to support the sales team with commercially-driven legal advice and strong drafting skills. As Legal Counsel at Snyk: You will be based in Boston and you will report to the General Counsel in London. You will have excellent contract drafting and business negotiation skills gained in both private practice AND in-house. Youll use that knowledge to negotiate and close B2B deals with enterprise customers. We use Slack & Zoom to collaborate internally,...
Corporate Functions
Boston
Were looking for a passionate, hands-on developer advocate to join our Developer Relations team to educate, empower and enable developers in application security. The Developer Relations team collaborates closely with developers to raise awareness of the importance of security in the application lifecycle, educating them through content, engineering, presentations, videos etc. about application security and pragmatic best practices they can use. As a Developer Advocate at Snyk: You know how to apply good security practices in a software development lifecycle. Youll use that...
Marketing
Boston
Were looking for a passionate, hands-on developer advocate to join our Developer Relations team to educate, empower and enable developers in container security. The Developer Relations team collaborates closely with developers to raise awareness around the importance of security in the application lifecycle, educating them through content, engineering, presentations, videos, etc. about application security and pragmatic best practices they can use. As a Container Developer Advocate at Snyk: You know how to apply good security practices to a container-based application,...
Marketing
Boston
Were looking for a passionate, hands-on application security expert to join our Developer Relations team to educate, empower and enable developers in application security. The Developer Relations team collaborates closely with developers to raise awareness around the importance of security in the application lifecycle, educating them through content, engineering, presentations, videos, etc. about application security and pragmatic best practices they can use. As a Security Advocate at Snyk: You know how to apply good security practices throughout the software development...
Marketing
501 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116
40 Yavne st.
Tel Aviv 61000 02
1 Mark Square
London EC2A 4EG

Snyk Culture

At Snyk, we believe that the open source world and the community around it is a force for good. We’ve brought together a team of security experts and talented software developers to make it easier for everyone to use open source safely.

Over 150,000 developers already depend on our enterprise-grade solution to find and fix their vulnerable dependencies. We protect more than 100,000 open source projects, and we have many large organisations on board, including Google, New Relic and ASOS.

We receive regular contributions (and love!) from the community, we have some fantastic partners amplifying our reach, and well over 1,300 badges in GitHubchampioning us, including top projects like FreeCodeCamp and request.

We recently raised $22m from investors such as Accel, GV and Heavybit, demonstrating that they are as excited as we are by Snyk’s progress and potential.

We care deeply about the warm, inclusive working environment we've fostered, where we can benefit from the different perspectives within our team. We are collaborative, curious, and respectful - it’s important to us that everyone feels comfortable contributing their ideas and views.

We are around 70 people (and counting!), distributed across three main offices in London, Tel Aviv and Boston, with several people working fully-remote. We’ve made an organisational commitment to building a strong, effective, distributed company: we form teams across multiple offices wherever possible, and we invest in communication so that we can benefit from each others’ perspectives. As well as an always-on webcam so we can see what’s happening in each office, we make heavy use of video calls, Slack, and some inter-office travel.

To have a blast with us, it helps if:

  • you care about working on something that's genuinely useful
  • you have a positive mindset: you're excited by new challenges and love learning
  • you're collaborative, supportive, and care deeply about your team's success
  • you believe in shared accountability, celebrating success, and learning from failure
  • you want to join a startup and accelerate your career
  • you're excited about working in a diverse, distributed team
  • you want to help more people use open source and stay secure!

Read About Us

Talent on the Move
January 25, 2019

Blog

October 29, 2019
Welcome to Snyk's State of JavaScript frameworks security report 2019. In this report, we investigate the state of security for both the Angular and React ecosystems, looking at best practices, secure coding, and security vulnerabilities in React, Angular, and other frontend projects such as Bootstrap, Vue.js, and jQuery. Inside you will find the report in it's digital format as a PDF to download and review offline. The post JavaScript frameworks security report 2019 appeared first on Snyk. ...
October 29, 2019
Welcome to Snyk’s State of JavaScript frameworks security report 2019. In this section, we review the security risk of the indirect independencies for both Angular and React, and then we also review the direct dependencies, first for Angular and then for React. The modules reviewed in this part do not represent a complete list of … Continued The post Angular vs React: the security risk of indirect dependencies appeared first on Snyk. ...
October 29, 2019
Welcome to Snyk’s State of JavaScript frameworks security report 2019, this section of the report is about Angular and React projects overall security posture. In this section, we explore both the Angular and the React project security postures. This includes secure coding conventions, built-in in secure capabilities, responsible disclosure policies, and dedicated security documentation for … Continued The post Comparing React and Angular secure coding practices appeared first on Sny...
October 29, 2019
Welcome to Snyk’s State of JavaScript frameworks security report 2019. In this blog post we’ll review security vulnerabilities found in other frontend ecosystem projects. After reviewing Angular and React as major JavaScript frameworks, we’ll take a brief review of selected JavaScript and CSS frameworks: Vue.js, jQuery and Bootstrap. jQuery security jQuery took web development by … Continued The post 84% of all websites are impacted by jQuery XSS vulnerabilities appeared firs...
October 29, 2019
Welcome to Snyk’s State of JavaScript frameworks security report 2019. In this section, we review the impact that security vulnerabilities can have by looking at the severity, CVSS scores and more over the years for both Angular and React. Furthermore, we look into the time it takes for the vulnerabilities in each framework to be … Continued The post 2019 side-by-side comparison of Angular and React security vulnerabilities appeared first on Snyk. ...