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Synack Red Team Member

The Synack Red Team (SRT) gives the most talented cybersecurity researchers across the globe a platform to do what they love and get paid for it. As a private community of highly-curated and vetted security penetration testers, the SRT is challenged every day to deliver vulnerability intelligence for some of the biggest brands in the world.  SRT members work when they want, where they want--remotely and either part time or full time contractors.  


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  • Applicants must be able to pass an ID and background check to join the Synack Red Team.
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  • Please see the list of recommended qualifications (a.k.a. Pathways) applicants can reference to enhance their opportunities in the onboarding process.

Synack is committed to embracing diversity. Our people are our strength.  Each addition to our community is an opportunity to grow and diversify our ideas, experiences, and viewpoints. We strive to be inclusive of Race, Ethnicity, Religion, Sex, LGBTQ+, Veterans, Disabilities, and Age.  Synack welcomes you!

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