Who We Are

Cobalt is a fast-growing startup that is redefining pentesting and making cybersecurity easier and more accessible. Our Pentest as a Service (PtaaS) platform, coupled with an exclusive global community of testers, delivers the real-time insights you need to remediate risk quickly and innovate securely. We have Scandinavian roots, an American base, and a global outlook. Our remote-first team is characterized by a fun, fast-paced, and collaborative culture based on individual responsibility and ownership.

Description

When was the last time you had to not only research a new feature but also ask the question, “What will the next feature be?”

As the Senior Product Manager for our Pentester Experience domain, you will not only engage with our community of security experts, you will be joining their ranks. You’ll understand and empathize with their needs, and seek to apply a creative approach to a dynamic group of users. This isn’t your typical PM role. This is an opportunity to build something new and exciting, for a team that is highly engaged and motivated.

This is a role where being a ‘visionary’ matters, and where your opinion can shape the course of the product, building for the success of the pentesting community as a whole. Stakeholders need to work in harmony, looking to you for guidance and thought leadership.

What You'll Do

As a member of a growing team of product managers you will:

  • Own the product vision for your area and align it with the overall product and company vision.
  • Be an expert in the domain, the market, the trends.
  • Represent our pentester community, and work with the internal teams that support and enable them to provide a high-quality service to our customers.
  • Manage the platform roadmap. Making tough tactical prioritization decisions while enabling the company to think long-term.
  • Create alignment between engineering teams and stakeholders, and foster collaboration.
  • Develop familiarity with information security, vulnerability disclosure, pentester culture, vulnerability management and other security domain areas.
  • Demonstrate technical details with developers, product designers, security operations, pentesters, customers and sales prospects.
  • Measure success from the inception of a feature, and track throughout its lifecycle. Make data visible to all stakeholders and create actionable conclusions and new hypotheses.
  • Develop new opportunities for Cobalt in the security industry.

You Have

  • 5+ years experience in Product Management with demonstrated ability to discover new opportunities and then define and deliver products
  • Experience in the security industry, or as a pentester/security freelancer.
  • Strong user and stakeholder empathy. You must not only be the voice of our users and customers but at various times the voice of security operations, customer success, marketing, finance, engineering, and sales. You must be able to channel many points of view.
  • Strong analytical capabilities.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills. You’re great at explaining highly technical topics to technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Strong bias for action, creative thinking and innovation.
  • A can-do attitude and ability to juggle multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • Experience with agile software development.
  • Experience working with global team members.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced environment, where experimentation and iteration were core values is a plus.

Why You Should Join Us

  • Grow in a passionate, rapidly expanding industry operating at the forefront of the Pentesting industry 
  • Work directly with experienced senior leaders with ongoing mentorship opportunities
  • Earn competitive compensation and an attractive equity plan
  • Save for the future with a 401(k) program (US) / pension (EU)
  • Benefit from medical, dental, vision, and life insurance (US)
  • Treat yourself to paid remote lunches
  • Leverage stipends for
    • Wellness
    • Work-from-home equipment & wifi
    • Learning & development
  • Make the most of our flexible, generous paid time off, remote working from anywhere in the US, and travel perks

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