Our mission at CyberOwl is to shift organisations towards an active security posture. Our first
product, Medulla, is a passive, protective monitoring system for detecting the early signs of cyberphysical attacks on ships.
Medulla uses a sophisticated algorithm based on Bayesian inference to systematically analyse
indicators typically associated with the early stages of malicious intrusion. It is a product of 10+ years
research, started in the MoD Defence Academy and completed at Coventry University.
CyberOwl has won several accolades, was shortlisted for the Lloyds Science of Risk Prize, selected
into the first GCHQ Cyber Accelerator Programme and is a founding member of the UK
Government’s centre of excellence for cybersecurity innovation – the London Office for Rapid
Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA).
You will join and help drive an agile development process so will need to be comfortable working in
such an environment. You will need to maintain a close working relationship with key individuals
such as the Scrum Master, Product Owner, UI Designer and other members of the development
CyberOwl has an awful lot on our roadmap, so you must be comfortable in working in a fast moving
and reactive product development environment.
Start Date: Immediately / March 2020
Required Key Skills
Working Knowledge of Python and/or Java would be helpful
The development team at CyberOwl is geographically dispersed so you must be comfortable working in such an environment. For someone who is extremely selfdisciplined and has strong organisational skills it would be possible to work from home a up to four days a week. As a start-up, CyberOwl is often in “all hands to the pumps” mode, so this role would be ideal for someone who is inquisitive and looking to expand their horizons/knowledge and would like to eventually transition to become a full-stack developer.
How to Apply
Please read the attached job description and person specification and ensure you have the specific
skillsets we are looking for. Should this be the case, please send a covering letter and CV to our
Operations Manager, Dan Eccles, at firstname.lastname@example.org.