Purpose
It's an amazing time to be working at Box, especially for product managers. We have a large and quickly growing customer base that includes 69% of the Fortune 500 and over 90,000 customers worldwide. Yet we're small enough that we move fast and ship product continuously.
 
Box operates in an era where privacy and security of customer’s data is paramount. With rapidly growing sensitive information stored in our SaaS environment, we are growing the team that is responsible for ensuring security of our infrastructure, applications, and DevOps processes. We are looking for an experienced product manager or a security practitioner who can lead product strategy and roadmap for infrastructure security and abuse protection programs at Box. You will be help ensure our SaaS infrastructure, production app, and DevOps processes meet industry leading security standards and best practices. You will be expected to build and deploy innovative solutions to reduce security risks and automate processes for security risks assessment. You will work closely with engineering, operations, and IT stakeholders from across Box to define the business case for your vision and align roadmaps, execute on the vision by solving key security and process challenges, and ensure customers can continue to
trust Box with their most sensitive content.
 
Why the team needs you
We’re looking for someone that loves the challenge of building security products or tools, and has a strong affinity towards risk based approach to infrastructure security. We have an exceptional engineering and operations team, and we would like to hire a passionate product leader with security focus who can look at our existing security practices with a new lens, define strategy, and execute on the roadmap to continuously minimize security risk metrics. Product managers or security practitioners who thrive in a fast paced, collaborative environment, and love working on complex technical challenges should apply. Box is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
 
Why you need Box
Every business in the world is looking to modernize the way that they work. As the leader in cloud content management, Box is the only company that can help enterprises trans form how people work together. With this influence in the market, comes great responsibility. Box is the custodian of a very large amount (petabyte scale) of customer data hosted by an ensemble of applications and services running across our data centers. This is an amazing opportunity to learn how we run these services and leave your mark by making services and applications more secure and robust.
 
Bottom-line, we are a product-led company and our product managers are highly visible and engaged both across the business and externally. On one day, you'll be talking to some of our end users (out of the millions of users who use Box every day); the next, you'll be crafting the vision and strategy for the future of work based on customer and data insights; and, the day after, you'll be leading a team of engineers, designers and business analysts to deliver on the strategy you devised.
 
Who you are
You are a security professional with a strong product mindset and care deeply about security and privacy of our customer’s data. You innately understand software development process to influence cross-functional engineering teams to improve the overall security posture at Box.  You're a lifelong learner that is looking to build your product management skills in an imaginative environment. Most of all, you bring that ethos to work every day, where you work collaboratively with engineering, operations, analytics, and IT team members to deliver amazing products or solutions.
 
Responsibilities:
● Partners with other engineering teams and executives to develop short-and long-term security product, process, and operations strategies.
●Improve DevOps activities to continuously improve security of large scale cloud services.
●Collaborate across the company to solve security problems with minimal disruption to other business functions.
●Lead the investigation and troubleshooting of security issues to determine root cause and drive solutions.
●Continuous improvement of policies, procedures and technology
●Work with a mixed-specialty team may include software engineers, network and site reliability engineers, as well as IT security engineers.
●Interact with industry experts, partners, internal staff and auditors
●Continue to enhance Box’s security brand by blogging and presenting at leading security conferences
●Work effectively as part of a geographically distributed team
●Occasional travel is required (domestic and international)
 
Required Skills/Experience:
●You have 5+ years of product management experience shipping products in a dynamic and cross-functional environment, or security assurance/consulting experience as a White Hat hacker or penetration tester.
●Relevant application security, vulnerability assessment, security risk assessment, network security, or DevOps security domain knowledge
●Capable of leading and motivating a team of engineers in a challenging, dynamic and global environment.
●You are comfortable both doing high-level strategy and execution: you are confident giving a presentation to the CEO and running a meeting with engineers, operations, and marketing.
●You inspire the team around you to not only execute the product strategy but also to 10x.
 
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