Pentera was founded in late 2015 with the vision of developing a machine-based automated penetration testing platform that would enable enterprises to defend themselves against the best of the worst-intended hackers.
The realization that enterprises do not have an efficient means of knowing their true cyber risk, and that it has no way of understanding which vulnerabilities have the highest negative business impact potential, led to the creation of Pentera.
Before Pentera, it was a standard industry practice to perform penetration testing infrequently, delivering a single point-in-time view of an organization's cyber risk posture.
Soon thereafter, our founders have joined forces with top Sales and Marketing executives to create and promote Pentera, our ever-evolving automated penetration testing software platform.
Pentera has more than 150 employees around the globe (Israel, USA, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, France, Sweden, Spain, UK, Australia and more), three subsidiaries (in the US, the UK and in Germany) with almost 400 customers in production in over 25 countries.
Pentera has won various industry awards, such as "The Frost and Sullivan Value Leadership Award- 2019" and the "2020 Gartner Cool Vendor Award" and is backed by Top tier investors such as Insight Partners, The Blackstone Group & AWZ.
About the Role This is a great opportunity to work in a fast-paced, energizing environment! You will provide legal support in all aspects, and report to the company’s Director of Legal Affairs.
Roles & Responsibilities
- Work hand-in-hand with our sales team on drafting, negotiation, and execution of agreements.
- Review and negotiate a wide variety of partner and vendor agreements, including software licenses, SaaS Agreements, NDAs and more.
- Monitor and provide internal guidance on company-wide policies and procedures.
- Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, and legal processes.
- Provide general legal support to our global business on an as-needed basis.
- Law Degree
- Licensed to practice in Israel
- 3 to 4 years of experience working as a lawyer in a high-tech department of a prominent law firm or a hi-tech company
- Experience in technology agreements (licensing, SaaS, etc.) and commercial transactions
- Ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple matters and conflicting priorities, while balancing legal and business concerns
- Strong negotiation skills
- Service-oriented person
- English speaker with superb written and verbal communication skills