Working here isn't like working anywhere else.
Even in a tech-centric industry like cybersecurity, success really comes down to the people. Our people are all passionate about cybersecurity, and about creating an environment where real innovation can happen.
As a result, Nehemiah Security is just a different place to work. People say it when they walk through our doors. Clients say it as they get to know us. Here you’ll find high-performing business and technology pros truly working as a team, all pulling in the same direction for the same cause.
Our mission is simple: Every day we protect the digital universe and help our clients restore trust in their networks and data.
If this is an environment that you can see yourself in, we would like to get to know you. We are always on the lookout for all-stars with a real passion for growing a technology company. Click the link below to contact us about your interest in working with the Nehemiah Security team.
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Meet Featured Team Member Jon Reece
"Being a security analyst at Nehemiah is the perfect intersection of passionate customer service and cutting-edge technology.”READ ON
Meet Featured Team Member Patrick Farrell
Manager of Business and Corporate Development
"There is a restless productivity around here that is exhilarating. Each day is packed with lessons and learnings that I could not get anywhere else."READ ON
Meet Featured Team Member Erica Eager
Senior Research Coordinator
"What I really like is seeing the work I do on Tuesday get delivered to the Nehemiah team on Wednesday and then play a big role in a major decision made on Thursday."READ ON
Meet More Nehemians
Jon Reece: Security Analyst
FEATURED TEAM MEMBERJoined Nehemiah Security
2016 after old company Triumfant was acquiredEducation
B.S. Computer Science, North Carolina State UniversityExperience
Over 20 years in technology working on teams spanning Development and Customer Support
I joined Triumfant (acquired by Nehemiah Security in 2016) in 2006. I began my career working with one of the first electronic asset management systems, gathering data about customer desktops and servers automatically and enabling reporting. The thing that excited me then – and continues to excite me today – is the opportunity to leverage that huge wealth of data. Being able to see trends, spot problems and use that knowledge to actively help my customers is truly rewarding.What are the main themes / challenges that you have noticed working with so many security clients over the years?
The primary challenge faced in the security space is that it is, by necessity, a sideline. Organizations don’t create networks of computers to just put security software on them, they create networks of computers to do the work that needs doing. With the increasing sophistication of malicious software and attack techniques, specialization seems to be required. However, resources for doing this competes directly with customer priorities around their main line of business. That’s where we come in – if our customers are the wagon train moving across the prairie to their destination, we must be the scouts that range outward to help them get there safely.What is the one request you get most often from your security clients?
The one thing that comes up over and over again is for help with the small things they can do to make themselves more secure. The “broken windows” theory of policing – that you deal with the small problems so that the big problems don’t build up – has always sparked controversy in the real world, but in computing there is no doubt about it. Missing patches, prevalent adware, a poor set of security settings – all of these can make for an environment that not only is easy to exploit but is difficult to detect exploitation in. Any given system won’t be under concentrated attack every single day, but every single day something can be done to make that system just a little more solid.What does the security analyst of the future look like?
That’s an interesting question! Previously, security as a whole has been focused on seeing what has happened elsewhere and making sure it doesn’t happen here. Signature-based tools, exploit closure, patching, policies—all of that still is useful. But going into the future, in a world where the threats that are faced change daily, the key virtue for a security analyst will be curiosity. Seeing something that looks strange or out of place, and tenaciously hunting it down to understand what it is – being protective, and mindful, and alert – that’s what’s needed. There are technical skills too, of course. You have to actually understand what you see. But the curious mindset will be critical.
Patrick Farrell: Manager of Business and Corporate Development
FEATURED TEAM MEMBERJoined Nehemiah Security
Human & Organizational Development and Economics, Vanderbilt UniversityExperience
2 years in the consulting industry at Booz Allen & Hamilton
I spent my first few years in the workforce at Booz-Allen, which offered a great experience working with big operations at a top firm. After a while, I wanted to add to my skillset and work in a smaller, entrepreneurial setting. Nehemiah offered me that opportunity. I soon came to realize it also offered the ‘best of both worlds’. Yes, it is a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment. But I am also supported by an experienced group of business leaders who are accomplished at growing software companies and innovating in the cybersecurity industry.What type of work do you do at Nehemiah Security?
In my short time here as Manager of Business and Corporate Development, I’ve been exposed to strategic work and various aspects of corporate development which I would not have been able to experience in a larger setting. For the first three months, I lead the program for our company to execute our third acquisition. This enabled me to interface with every corner of our company from sales & marketing, to accounting, to the technology team, and all the executives. The diversity of this job allows me to have different touch points into the various sections of the business and allows me to gain experience in more than one area.What excites you about your work?
It’s a combination of everything— the team, the vision, the industry—it all makes it easy to rush into work in the morning. As I mentioned, the experience on our exec team makes us like an all-star team of business execs. As a bonus, the people are easy to work with and the office atmosphere promotes energy, productivity, and fun. On top of it all, we are building some of the most cutting-edge cyber out there.
Erica Eager: Senior Research Coordinator
FEATURED TEAM MEMBERJoined Nehemiah Security
BA, Sweet Briar College
MBA, Loyala University
Over 10 years of research experience on Wall Street covering the oil industry
Actually Nehemiah Security acquired the company I was working at back in early 2015, so honestly the choice was not mine. However, what I saw happen was that the Nehemiah team quickly welcomed us and got us up to speed on their well-established systems and processes. It was clear that they were experienced professionals who had done this before. One of the things I really appreciate about working here is that everything at Nehemiah Security is optimized to solve our clients problems and develop the world’s best cybersecurity solutions.What type of work do you do at Nehemiah Security?
Because we are a small and growing company, everyone here is responsible for a number of big things. In general, I am responsible for keeping the company educated on the cybersecurity industry. At times this means doing research on specific companies, or on client demands. At other times, it means preparing and delivering presentations and trainings to the team to keep them sharp on the most recent industry developments.What excites you about your work?
The industry moves so fast, and my team learns so quickly, that I really need to stay on my toes to stay ahead of everything. What I really like is seeing the work I do on Tuesday get delivered to the Nehemiah team on Wednesday and then play a big role in a major decision made on Thursday.What differentiates Nehemiah Security from other companies that you could work for-what makes Nehemiah Security special?
Well first of all, it is clear that this is a team that will be successful in what it sets out to do. Being on a winning team is always fun. But more importantly, this group of people has a real sense of what is important in life. The culture here values family, individuality, and health and wellness. Unlike other places I have worked, such as Wall Street, the short term urgency does not constantly overshadow the longer term needs of the people involved.