Year of Founding2015
Average Age33 years old
Founded in 2015, ThreatMark brings trust in the digital world through advanced fraud prevention solution built on extensive cybersecurity know-how and the latest advancements in AI & Data Analytics.
ThreatMark’s Anti-Fraud Suite processes a comprehensive set of data to continuously monitor user identities & their intentions while providing protection from sophisticated digital fraud.
Major online businesses impacted by digital fraud, such as those in the Financial Services Industry, benefit from ThreatMark’s AI-powered behavior profiling technology to enable secure customer experiences across all digital channels.
Since 2015, ThreatMark has been growing rapidly. The October 2021 investment pushed the trajectory and acceleration even further.
We are currently investing heavily into the company and product – improving the architecture, adding multi-tenancy, increasing automation; and in the business operations - sales, customer success, delivery and so on.
We're looking for all kind of profiles with the right attitude, eagerness to learn and join us in the challenge of creating and delivering our world-class fraud prevention solution across industries.
Working for ThreatMark is a perfect chance for all those who want do impactful, meaningful work within a highly dynamic and expanding team.
We're fighting fraud, stopping bad guys every day. We're not building another eshop or social media platform.
Our solution helps make the world a better place, and by joining ThreatMark you can help that mission.
At ThreatMark we foster cultural values that are very important for us.
We need someone in the team who will profess them with us.
We deeply care about people, teams, and processes that bring value to the team, company, product, and our clients.
Mistakes are good as long as you openly share them, learn from them, and don’t repeat them too often.
The output of the team is more than an individual contribution or sum of the parts.
Deep understanding and continuous learning.
Clear and transparent communication.
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