Mission: We solve real¬world, contemporary problems using big data security analytics, heuristic algorithms, and good old ingenuity. We design, develop & deliver awesome technology. We collaborate with brilliant people, including the visionary founding team. We ...
LogRhythm, a leader in security intelligence and analytics, empowers organizations around the globe to rapidly detect, respond to and neutralize damaging cyber threats. The company’s award-winning platform unifies next-generation SIEM, log management,network and endpoint monitoring and forensics, and security analytics. In addition to protecting customers from the risks associated with cyber threats, LogRhythm provides innovative compliance automation and assurance, and enhanced IT intelligence.
Consistently recognized by third-party experts, LogRhythm was named a ‘Champion’ in Info-Tech Research Group’s 2014-15 SIEM Vendor Landscape report, awarded the SANS Institute’s “Best of 2014” award in SIEM and received the SC Magazine Reader Trust Award for “Best SIEM Solution” in April 2015. Additionally, the company earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2015 Global Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Enabling Technology Leadership Award. LogRhythm is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, with operations throughout North and South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
LogRhythm participated in Tube to Work Day 2015! In total, over 80 LogRhythm employees commuted to work on tubes down Boulder Creek. Make sure you're there next year to take the plunge, join our team today!
The commute took around 90min to get to our headquarters. LogRhythm was there half way through the float to provide coffee and bagels for all of the tubers coming down the creek. Here are some pictures of LogRhythm employees getting ready to head to work.
At LogRhythm, all of our employees are superheroes involved in the fight against cyber-crime, cyber-warfare and cyber-espionage. Our products and services are used by some of the largest organizations in the world. We protect the integrity of network security infrastructures – one customer at a time. If you read the headlines every day and wonder how you can make a difference in the fight against cybercrime, then consider coming to work at LogRhythm.
There are very few companies headquartered in the Boulder/Denver corridor that can compete with LogRhythm. We’re a grown up startup. Yes, we’ve got foosball, but we also have competitive benefits and a 401K plan. Yes, we’ve got Free Food Friday, but we also host Fortune 500 companies in our executive board room. Be a real-world superhero.
I have been working at LogRhythm full-time (More than a year)
As someone who has been with the organization for 2 years, I can't say enough about this sales team and how awesome it is to be a part of the LogRhythm family. Fair, consistent, helpful leadership with no form of micromanagement or peering over your shoulder. It's great to find a sales role where wins are celebrated, but honest feedback is given. Attainable quotas make accelerators extremely lucrative as you dive into them.
Honestly I have nothing I would change about the organization. Continue to focus on stability and scalability in the product as we conquer the enterprise space and continue to invest in support to keep our customers happy, the rest always falls into place!
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work!
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at LogRhythm.
I connected with the recruiter through a college career fair. I gave him my resume and after a couple of weeks I received an email wanting an over the phone interview. At that point I was instructed to apply to the job on their website. After doing so, I had the phone interview with the recruiter, it consisted only of behavioral questions. A week after the phone interview I got contacted by the recruiter again saying they wanted an over the phone technical interview. That consisted of more technical questions surrounding operating systems/threads. A week after that, I got contacted again stating that they were going to send out a coding exercise to see how I approached a problem. The exercise was very open ended but simple. About a week after the coding exercise I was contacted for the final stage, the in person interview at the site. This consisted of four different interviews each about 30 minutes. There was a range of technical and behavioral questions but there was an emphasis on problem solving skills. The next business day after my interview I got a call with an offer.
I did not negotiate because the offer was what I expected.