IronNet works to attract and retain the best talent in our industry. Come and share in our culture. Make a difference now by facing the challenges that are threatening global networks. You can be a part of the solution.
Where do you fit in?
At IronNet, there are many opportunities for positive, driven, mission-oriented individuals like you. Below are our current openings. However, we also create jobs based on experience. Please send us your resume!
My name is Ania Kacewicz, and I am a data scientist at IronNet. I am extremely passionate about developing innovative algorithms to preempt and mitigate cyber attacks. IronNet gives me the opportunity to use my unique passion and strengths every day and promote peace in the minds of customers. My background includes information theory, coding theory, mathematics, probability theory and stochastic processes, machine learning, signal processing and communication networks.
Previously, I worked at DARPA conducting research on big data analytics for network security. I have a BS from University of Texas at Austin, and an MS/PhD from Cornell University in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a minor in Applied Math.
In my free time, I enjoy running, hiking, playing sports, watching Ravens football, and going to concerts.
"Information is the resolution of uncertainty."- Claude Shannon
I'm Michael Hans, and I'm the Director of Engineering at IronNet. I joined IronNet in 2014 after eating lunch with the engineering team and discussing the future of the platform. I was impressed with the challenges, fast-paced environment and culture of IronNet.
Some of the highlights of IronNet for me has been defining my own niche and the ability to write and support software that is directly impactful to customers. Most importantly, I value the chance to work with a fantastic engineering team. Every day is a chance to learn something new about our business and technology.
Outside of IronNet, I love to drag my family on hikes through the Appalachian Mountains, attempt to perfect home brew coffee, visit local Virginia breweries and barefoot run the WO&D Trail. I live in Northern Virginia with my wife and three daughters along with a blue Subaru WRX they call “Shannon.”
"Did I do that?"- Steve Urkel
- Craft Beer
My name is Monique Numa, and I am a Security Architect at IronNet. With over 20 years of experience in the Intelligence Community and DoD, I have provided operational leadership and management across multiple high-profile projects for government customers. I am excited to bring that experience to the private sector and provide high-value cyber solutions for companies needing to protect their intellectual property, employees, and customers from cyber threats.
I have a BS from Strayer University with a major in Computer Internetworking and an MS in Information Assurance from Capital College. My certifications include Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Lean Six Sigma, and ITIL.
In my free time, I am committed to educating elementary students in DC charter schools on computer safety. I enjoy investing in residential and commercial real estate, and I am a die-hard New Orleans Saints football fan!
"If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how Amazing you can be."- Maya Angelou
I joined IronNet because of the ambitious challenge. IronNet seeks to revolutionize the way we do cybersecurity, and I've been doing my part to help discover a solution to this challenge.
At IronNet, I have stared in the face of many diverse challenges relating to cybersecurity, teaching, mentoring, creating tactical short-term solutions, and participating in strategic long-term planning. As an individual at IronNet, you have a strong voice on the direction and final outcome of decisions. But our strengths really show when we team up to solve challenges together. People at IronNet have such diverse skill sets and experience. When we team up we build robust solutions that no one individual could have thought up on his or her own.
When I first started at IronNet, I saw our challenges and opportunities as a big ball of clay. We are the artists and that ball of clay is taking shape. We are figuring it out together.
"The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing."- Stephen R. Covey
- Curious Mind
Back in 2007, I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps as a Signals Intelligence Collector. As I was transitioning from the military due to an injury in Afghanistan, I started studying cybersecurity with a non-profit called the W2CCA.
One evening during a W2CCA event, I had the fortunate chance to meet General Alexander whom I indirectly worked for during my enlistment in the Marines. I have great respect for Gen A's work that I know first-hand has kept our nation safe. He gave me the opportunity of a lifetime to work for him at IronNet where I've developed great skills as a software developer.
When I'm out of the office, I spend most of my time with my children, taking them to the park and swimming pool, playing video games, or watching cartoons. I enjoy learning how to play the piano and occasionally performing the bass with my band.
"Treat your password like your toothbrush. Don't let anybody else use it, and get a new one every six months."- Clifford Stoll
- Video Games