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Associate Consulting Engineer


Associate Consulting Engineer

Boston, MA
Full Time
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    Associate Consulting Engineer at BitSight Boston, MA Summary: The Associate Consulting Engineer supports BitSight sales teams and customers by providing technical expertise in BitSight products and security ratings, and domain expertise in applying use cases. The Associate Consulting Engineer provides pre-sales consulting to BitSight customers, and may participate in post-sales, topic-specific working sessions. Responsibilities : The BitSight Consulting Engineer provides both pre-sales and post-sales consulting to BitSight strategic customers. The Consulting Engineer is a deep technical resource supporting our sales teams by: Being an expert in the BitSight Platform Being a thought leader in Security Ratings Conducting Proofs of Concept (POCs) Supporting other technical aspects of sales, in partnership with sales teams The Associate Consulting Engineer is also a trusted source of information and moderate expertise in Third Party Risk, working with customers to provide guidance on establishing and maintaining mature programs, utilizing security ratings, automation and ongoing monitoring. The Consulting Engineer understands and can communicate the value of BitSight in the Third Party Risk process. The Associate Consulting Engineer may provide informal working sessions for selected customers, evaluating current program maturity, while incorporating subject matter expertise to transform the program through security ratings, automation and ongoing monitoring. These working sessions will assist in moving the customer forward with a more mature program. 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