TrueVault builds software tools that help companies protect personal data. We believe if companies have access to products that make personal data protection simple, straightforward, and fully automated, taking better care of personal data becomes the sensible default. And we all benefit from that.
We first launched TrueVault Safe 5 years ago and it is now a profitable product trusted by hundreds of companies around the world. While Safe directly protects and secures Personal Data, it doesn't help automate common compliance tasks end-to-end or proactively alert companies to potential data security problems. We believe that these organization-level protections will only become more critical as regulation and consumer preferences increase demand for data security and responsible use. To that end, in March we launched Atlas.
TrueVault Atlas aspires to help companies better understand how personal data is collected, stored, and retained. Today, TrueVault Atlas automatically maps out every piece of personal data in an organization. With a full index, TrueVault Atlas can automatically verify the adherence of personal data policies and automate many of an organization's legal obligations. In the future, it will orchestrate the automated sunsetting of personal data and ensure personal data is processed in ways that align with an organization's privacy guidelines and regulatory requirements.
Because top 1% engineers like to work with other top 1% engineers, we have a bias for only hiring top 1% engineers.
We treat people like adults: we work normal hours, we provide unlimited sick days, a wellness stipend, and a generous PTO policy.
Investors include industry giants include Paul Buchheit (inventor of Gmail), Mark Pincus (Zynga), Jermaine O'Neal (an actual giant!), and IA Ventures.
Our engineering team is small, experienced, and passionate about building software well. We believe in:
- Minimizing waste by working iteratively and iterating on the way we work
- Learning from our failures, and building systems that don't fail the same way twice
- Being pragmatic in our approach to design and implementation and being thoughtful about the business context of our work
- Designing security into a system, not layering it on top
- Supporting our customers from initial planning, through development, to production
Examples of some challenges you may be asked to solve:
- How do you differentiate
Dakotathe state from the name?
- How do you efficiently scan a schemaless database and identify all Personal Data in it?
- If we come across
tell her the order will be shipped tomorrow, which customer should we attribute this Slack message to?
Deep Learning-based anomaly detection. Alert customer when we detect Personal Data in systems that normally do not store Personal Data (or at least do not store that type of Personal Data).
We value a scrappy, resourceful, and self-directing attitude towards work. We love it when people go out of their way to make our customers happier.
TrueVault has a 100% distributed engineering team. If you are near our SF HQ, you have the option to work from home or join the rest of the team in the office. Your call.
You will often find Ramsay, our CEO's golden retriever, in the office and begging for a hug.
99% paid healthcare (PPO), 100% paid vision and dental for you, your spouse and your dependents.
You know your body and mind better than anyone else. Take time off when you think you need to.
401(k), yes. Contribution, not yet.
We give our employees a $60 stipend each month to cover gym membership and fitness classes (or anything else that you think will make you mentally or physically healthier)
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