Software powers the world, and LaunchDarkly empowers all teams to deliver and control the best software. We serve trillions of feature flags daily to help teams ship better software faster and eliminate risk for companies big and small. We're based in downtown Oakland and growing quickly.

We're looking to hire a Security Analyst to join the Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance function of our security team and help us secure our company and product. This role will report to the Director of Security and participate in initiatives to reduce security risk and achieve compliance with frameworks including ISO 27001, SOC 2, and FedRAMP.

What you'll do:

  • Collaborate with stakeholders to operate security controls that comprise the LaunchDarkly GRC program

  • Use technology to automate compliance activities like gathering evidence and verifying controls

  • Operationalize the health of the program by tracking metrics based on quantitative and qualitative data

  • Drive progress towards outcomes for GRC-related continuous improvement projects

  • Contribute to documentation for security standards, policies, and processes

  • Support audits and assessments with internal and external stakeholders

  • Work with product and infrastructure delivery teams on engineering projects related to GRC requirements

Who you are:

  • At least two years of information security experience at an organization with significant compliance requirements

  • Knowledge of security best practices for modern cloud-based SaaS organizations - we’re almost entirely AWS and Mac OS-based

  • Experience working on security projects involving multiple collaborating stakeholders

  • Basic knowledge of software development and architecture

You may also have:

  • Familiarity with security standards (SOC 2, ISO 27001, FedRAMP) as well as privacy laws (CCPA and GDPR)

  • CCSP, PCI QSA, CISSP, or CISA certifications

  • Familiarity with LaunchDarkly’s collaboration tools like Confluence, Slack, and Github

About LaunchDarkly:

LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves hundreds of billions of feature flags daily to help software teams build better software, faster. Feature flagging is an industry standard methodology of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka "dark launching"). LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. We are building a diverse team so that we can offer robust products and services. Our team culture is dynamic, friendly, and supportive. Our headquarters are in Oakland.

At LaunchDarkly, we believe in the power of teams. We're building a team that is humble, open, collaborative, respectful and kind. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Don't let the confidence gap get in the way of applying! We'd love to hear from you.

We've partnered with KeyValues to help demonstrate the amazing culture we've built here at LaunchDarkly, find more info at https://www.keyvalues.com/launchdarkly.

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