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Introduction to Volunteering


Volunteering is a term that we use to define 'Dedicated Contribution'. This means that anyone who would like to join our team for contributing to the society & community, to raise the par of information security would do so in a dedicated fashion after becoming our volunteer. Volunteers are given various opportunities to prove themselves with current skills and the skills that they would like to learn and develop by volunteering. On each of these occassions, Rootkit Analytics would acknowledge their work & support that they have provided to the community.

Having said that, we are now opening doors to everyone to have their fair share of contribution to www.RootkitAnalytics.com. This means that we are now looking for various talents & skills, which may be hidden in you. We are here to help you find your hidden talent, help you to join our volunteering program and to ensure that your work with us would be as smooth as it can be. Feel free to contact us at any point of time: contact.fingers@gmail.com.

Open Volunteering Positions


We have ensured that we make this volunteering process as easy as possible, so that you would have to only concentrate on the technical aspect of volunteering. One of the steps that we have taken is to have a separate portal for listing all the Analytics Volunteering Positions.

Check out KaffeNews Jobs to find out more about open positions in Rootkit Analytics. If you find something that interests you, contact us at contact.fingers@gmail.com.

Benefits of Volunteering


The following are some of the benefits that we could come up with. We are sure that there is a lot more to it:

  • You would gain complete training and experience for free, with no contractual agreements.

  • You would be among hundreds of other members in a team filled with security enthusiasts.

  • You would have a chance to compete with other rootkit analysts.

  • You might win prizes from time-to-time.

  • You would prove that you are the best at what you do.

  • You would have proven experience listed in your resume, which could help you in your career.

If you find that we are missing something, shoot us an email to contact.fingers@gmail.com. Thank you!

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