The internet is like the Wild West—a lawless land beset by bandits and brigands.
We recognize that we have a duty to use our skills and abilities—whatever our individual role—to make the internet a safer place for everyone.
So, to make security simple and accessible, Sqreen is reinventing the way that you secure web applications. We build modern, effective, and reliable security tools that automate application protection, threat detection, and security monitoring.
Pierre spent 9 years at Apple, where he led the team in charge of security assessments for the Internet Services department, hacking products and designing protection. Pierre holds 23 US patents.
Jean-Baptiste Aviat spent half a decade hunting vulnerabilities at Apple, helping developers solve them, and developing security software. Jean-Baptiste holds 2 US patents.
Benoit built several startup products from scratch in the past. He is a Rails guru and when he is not shaping Sqreen, Benoit teaches NoSQL technologies at Ecole Centrale de Paris.
Paul helped build several startups across Europe before joining Sqreen. He speaks five languages and enjoys mixed martial arts in his free time.
Vladimir loves movies, books and travelling. He also happens to be a software engineer with a passion for security and experience working as a cyber-security consultant.
François-Xavier is passionate about user experience, web design and animation. FX is developing responsive interfaces for the web. He also loves optimization, accessibility and stormtroopers!
Romain transforms complex data into clean and digestible interfaces. When he doesn’t solve problems, he enjoys making beats with his piano and his computer.
Christophe has a PhD in Computer Science. He is passionate about cryptology and deep learning. He worked for several successful startups as a back end engineer and data scientist. When he is not distributively thinking, he dreams of electric sheep.
Before joining Sqreen, Selim was working as a cybersecurity specialist on Prelude SIEM. Selim is graduated from Supelec, France. In his spare time, when he is not busy playing DDR, he likes working on his own implementation of the game!
Yasmin ensures that everything at Sqreen-house is running smoothly and looks after the day-to-day needs of all the Sqreeners.
Thibaud is a JS and UX addict. He loves building interfaces in react, dig into new tech, and he is also a (non) serious Thai boxing fighter.
Don is a philosopher-engineer who advocates for platforms and developers. He has previously worked with chatbots, streaming media, embedded hardware, the model railroading industry, and academic philosophy. He enjoys statically typed languages and sailing.
Graduated from HEC Paris, Lucas previously worked at Rocket Internet and VC firms. His mission is to help Sqreen's users get robust applications with no pain. Be careful if you meet him on the squash court, you may get hurt!
Vivien is a Python zealot. He was previously implementing “things” (don’t ask him more) in a Cybersecurity company. Vivien is now in charge of the Sqreen Python agent. In his spare time, he enjoys functional programming.
Arnaud is passionate about the impact of new technologies. With a passion for software development since his childhood, he is now capitalizing on it to build Product that are solving fundamental problems. Sport and traveling the world are amongst the things he loves to do outside of the office.
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We have a strong vision and share the same principles
No one is an island. We may have good ideas alone, but collaboration and new perspectives forge our good ideas into great ones.
We recognize that we depend on others, and acknowledge the roles that others play in our own success. We actively seek out new perspectives and are always willing to be challenged. We never feel content that we can solve a problem by ourselves.
We understand that collaboration means working with others, not dictating to them. We understand that collaboration implies respect and empathy for each other, and for our customers. We allow ourselves to be human, and recognize the humanness of others.
Good security is hard. When good security is too difficult, too complex, it won’t get done right, and often it won’t get done at all. Our customers come to us because we understand how to make security simple.
We eliminate unnecessary complexity. There are a thousand ways we can make anyone’s lives simpler, and therefore better. We challenge ourselves daily to find just one way to simplify something, whether the product, our documentation, a process. We build reliable products and processes, and take pride in what we build.
We acknowledge when we mess up—and then fix the problem, quickly. We are honest with ourselves, our colleagues, and our customers.
We don’t learn if we don’t make mistakes. We can’t grow if we don’t place big bets. We are placing big bets by creating a new category of security product.
We have the courage and audacity to take risks, and to be comfortable knowing that we may face failure. We commit to our decisions, but we always measure and verify. And should it come to it, we accept failure and learn from it.
But we understand the difference between bold and reckless: The difference lies in knowing when to stick to your guns, and when to back down. We don’t act blindly, but instead seek to understand why we are taking a risk, its payoff and the chance of failure.