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Product and supply chain security for connected devices and critical infrastructure, including: IoT, ICS, and OT

Working at Finite State

The rise of IoT requires a new approach to cyber security. Finite State's platform detects IoT threats to networks to proactively mitigate risk.

We recognize that supply chain security is the #1 problem in cyber security today. Global software supply chains are opaque and complicated, involving countless developers, vendors, and components. Malicious actors exploit supply chain vulnerabilities to gain access to the networks that power our critical infrastructure and can carry out potentially devastating attacks.

Finite State defends these critical devices, networks, and supply chains by leveraging massive data analysis to provide transparency to device manufacturers and their customers – enabling them to understand and mitigate their risks before they are compromised.

Why work at Finite State

Professional Growth

  • Ownership
  • Innovation

Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging

  • Practices Inclusion
  • Committed to Diversity Goals

Culture & Climate

  • Fast-paced
  • Focused
  • Autonomy
  • Rapidly Growing Team
  • Continuous Feedback
  • Empathetic
  • Transparent
  • Passionate

Expectations

  • Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Remote Friendly

Relationships

  • Eats Lunch Together

Benefits

  • Parental Leave
  • Equity
  • Unlimited PTO
  • 401k
  • Health Insurance

A Day in the Life at Finite State

Sam Vidovich from Finite State
Backend Software Engineer
Brian Hamilton from Finite State
QA Engineering Lead
Anna Tomani from Finite State
Operations Associate

Finite State office in Columbus

Jobs at Finite State

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