WithSecure delivers research-led cyber security to defend organizations, society and people from real-world attacks and build resilience into their approach. Our people are a mix of technical and creative experts – diverse, talented, and passionate people – working tirelessly to help us advance the industry with new ways of thinking. They lead their own development, in and out of the office. They call the shots when it comes to building a place to call home in our organization.
We are looking for a Quality Engineer to join our team working on corporate products for macOS to help us make the best Detection & Response software for macOS. You will be part of the product development team and work on the product quality from features planning to production releases.
Our products have a broad variety of features and you will need to create end-to-end test plans involving system extensions, web portals and everything in between. You will be responsible for testing new features, verifying bug fixes, creating test cases and automating them.
What are we looking for?
What will you get from us
Over 1,700 amazing colleagues in nearly 30 offices
Possibility to protect the world
Work with best of class experts who care
Relaxed, open and fun working environment
68+ of nationalities
Global with the spirit of a small company
Purpose – Why we exist
We are here to build and sustain trust in a digital society
We are here to build and sustain trust in a digital society — trust that is threatened by uncertainty, fear and worry caused by cyber attacks and crime.
Vision – Where we are heading
No one should experience a serious loss because of a cyber attack
We envision a future where no one should experience a serious loss or be put out of business because of cyber attack or crime. At least no one who puts their trust in us.
Mission – What we do
Accelerate transition to outcome-based security
Our mission is to research, innovate and build technologies, human expertise and delivery-business models that will accelerate our customers’ and partners’ transition to outcome-based security.