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Let’s make one thing clear: your privacy is extremely important. That’s exactly why we built ArmorText. If you care about your mobile privacy and the privacy of others, then we want you. Gryphn is bringing together a team of passionate, brilliant folks who care about privacy, building great technology, and protecting others. While ArmorText is a great start, it’s only a small part of our long-term development plan. We plan to forever change the experience folks have with security and privacy in their mobile lives. We’re looking for individuals who think outside the box and want to be part of our team. If you are truly interested in making an impact on a growing business and protecting the privacy and security of others, then you should apply for one of our exciting positions.

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posted about 8 years ago

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Over 95% of all news is now penned by bloggers living in caves with no journalistic experience! By 2013 there will be no need for newspaper reporters, television anchorwomen, or editors (especially Editors in Chief…what the heck do they do anyways?). Actually, none of the above IS true, but there’s no denying that bloggers have and do play an important role in the communication plan of startups. As a Gryphn Blogger, you’ll not only get a cool t-shirt to wear, you’ll also get the opportunity to write about a variety of topics related to mobile security and privacy, the lives and views of the founders, and more. And, just in case you think the founders might be boring oafs with nothing special to say, here’s a bit about each: •Navroop Mitter is a former Accenture Security Practice Executive who helped build practices in Europe and South America; he serves on the board of Ladies America; and he’s given numerous talks on security where attendees flock to the stage just to touch his hand as he finishes speaking. •Aaron Huttner is a motorcycle racing, power lifting, coding enthusiast; he’s got a background in computational biology, neural networks, and a whole host of other fields that make him one-of-a-kind in the world of security thinkers. Last, but not least, •Bobby Saini, who previously held boring positions in government contracting before fast tracking as an executive at RDB, helping the fledgling music label sky rocket to international acclaim. As an added bonus, you may get the chance to work with an unnamed, West Coast privacy executive who is working on curriculum to help teach kids more about online privacy and security. We all really do care, which is why she’s offered to help out! Based on all of that, you can probably tell we need a lot of help with our writing. So if you have the skills and want to work with some really interesting people who are forever changing the face of mobile security, come write for Gryphn. Benefits: •Hanging out with Navroop, Aaron, Bobby, and Christine as much as you want •Seeing how an early stage startup that has just raised money accelerates itself •Opportunity to attend social/entrepreneurial events around the DC-MD-VA area as our guests (we get red-carpet treatment) •A stylish Gryphn t-shirt (no joke, at our last event people were signing up on a waiting list for them… now tell us which other startup can claim that) •For those already of age, an opportunity to sample from the founders’ Scotch stash (there’ll probably also be beer, sodas, and a lot of water too) •Fun events such as bowling, putt-putt, happy hours, etc. •References for future internships and jobs •And finally, possible equity participation for exceptional candidates who stay on