It's funny because I really don't spend much mental energy thinking about the companies that make similar closed-source software to the ones I work on (or straight-up resell it as a service) because it's an entirely different game, but it's clear that companies spend a lot of full-time on-the-clock energy thinking about attack strategies
We're hiring still at Mozilla!
This feels squickily like self-promotion (which I hate), but some folks round here might find something interesting there.
I will also mention that we have ongoing efforts to recruit folks who are *not* like me - i.e. straight old cis white guys.
So, if you are *not* like me along any of those axes, I especially encourage you to give it a looksee.
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