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As part of the Threat Management sub-department, the vulnerability management team is responsible for understanding our cloud footprint and any potential vulnerabilities. We will accomplish this mission by working closely with infrastructure security, infrastructure and other security department teams.
Team Roles and Responsibilities
- Own and execute on a cloud asset management strategy.
- Own and execute on a vulnerability management strategy across all GitLab cloud environments.
- Own and execute on a patch management strategy collaborating with other teams as necessary.
- Define a roadmap to continually assess and iterate security best practices for our cloud environments.
- Support IT, infrastructure and infrastructure security efforts where possible
- Ensure the protection of both GitLab and GitLab customer data
- Track new and emerging threats to our environments
- Ability to use GitLab
- Demonstrated experience in cloud security, threat and vulnerability management, asset management and related topics.
- Demonstrated experience of running systems at scale
- Proficiency to communicate over a text-based medium (Slack, GitLab Issues, Email) and can succinctly document technical details
- Share our values, and work in accordance with those values
Senior Security Engineer - Threat & Vulnerability Management
This position reports to the Manager, Threat & Vulnerability Management. This position is a job grade 7
Senior Security Engineer - Threat & Vulnerability Management Responsibilities
- Extends Security Engineer - Threat & Vulnerability Management responsibilities plus;
- Develop, evangelize, and iterate on threat & vulnerability management practices.
- Mentor other team members.
- Own and manage identified threats & vulnerabilities to ensure their complete remediation.
- Develop and evangelize strategies to proactively manage threats to GitLab and our infrastructure.
Senior Security Engineer - Threat & Vulnerability Management Requirements
- A minimum of 5 years experience in a vulnerability management role.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Capability to build working relationships with key stakeholders.
- Experience with Google Cloud Platform and/or Amazon Web Services.
- Demonstrated scripting or other automation capabilities.
- Experience with infrastructure as code.
- Experience with vulnerability disclosure and bug bounties.
Candidates for the Vulnerability Management Team Manager can expect the hiring process to follow the order below. Please keep in mind that candidates can be declined from the position at any stage of the process. To learn more about someone who may be conducting the interview, find their job title on our team page.
- Qualified candidates will be invited to schedule a 30 minute screening call with one of our Global Recruiters.
- Next, candidates will be invited to schedule a 45-60 minute interview with the Director of Threat Management.
- Candidates will then be invited to schedule separate 45 minute interviews with three members of the Security Organization
- Candidates will then be invited to an 30 minute interview with the VP of Security
- Successful candidates will subsequently be made an offer via email
Additional details about our process can be found on our hiring page.
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- Results: Fast growth, ambitious vision
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- Iteration: Empower people to be effective & have an impact, Merge Request rate, We dogfood our own product, Directly responsible individuals
- Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging: A focus on gender parity, Team Member Resource Groups, other initiatives
- Collaboration: Kindness, saying thanks, intentionally organize informal communication, no ego
- Total Rewards: Competitive market rates for compensation, Equity compensation, global benefits (inclusive of office equipment)
- Work/Life Harmony: Flexible workday, Friends and Family days
- Remote Done Right: One of the world's largest all-remote companies, prolific inventor of remote best practices
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Additional details about our process can be found on our hiring page.
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