Senior Product Manager, Data Governance (Bangalore, India)

About Skyflow:

We are Skyflow, a Silicon Valley startup that has built the world’s first data privacy vault delivered as an API. Our mission is to transform how businesses handle and protect their users’ financial, healthcare, and personal information — the data that powers our digital economy. Inspired by the zero trust data vaults that Apple and Netflix built to handle customer data, we've built a cloud-based vault that is available through a simple and elegant API. With Skyflow, developers can easily build best-of-breed data privacy, security and compliance directly into their applications, the same way they use Stripe, Twilio, or Okta.

Skyflow is based in Palo Alto California, with offices in Bangalore, India, and team members working from locations all around the world. Come join us!

About the role:

As a senior product manager, you have 2 jobs: shipping a great product and honing product-market fit. The Skyflow product has 3 key pieces: developer facing API (which is the heart of the product), an app for managing security & administration (which provides the greatest value to paying customers), and the underlying platform, or Skyflow Vault (which sets us apart in the market in the long run). As we grow our product one key aspect is how we integrate with and build supporting technologies, so as a product manager you would be responsible for the vision, execution and success of how we expand our offering and expand into new use cases.

As a product manager for the data governance team, you will own the vision and product roadmap for controlling access to sensitive data which is stored in Skyflow's vaults. This is a high-impact product area for the privacy data vault business, as it solves for how customers can securely use the data once it's isolated in a data vault. Your team will address questions such as how to support zero-trust data access policies, how to integrate with identity providers, and how end user identity is propagated across multiple tiers to enforce authorization policies.

We know great product managers come from diverse backgrounds so no single individual may have all the desired skills on day one. But if you are the kind of PM, who would have loved to build Stripe or Twilio API's, or the Slack or Zendesk app, or the Snowflake or MongoDB platform - we want to talk to you.

Desired Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of technical product management experience
  • Minimum 1+ years experience working on SaaS technology platforms preferably in the security & privacy space
  • Experience working with IAM protocols such as SAML, OAuth, and SCIM
  • Experience working on Authorization models and taking products through the Security Authorization process
  • Experience ideating solutions and working with technology partners
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience working with end users and an ability to articulate their challenges
  • An ability to execute efficiently in an ambiguous environment

Responsibilities:

  • Design and develop products with specific business models in mind
  • Establish and track important product metrics to iterate effectively
  • Build future-thinking product solutions that meet more than just the current needs
  • Work closely with 3rd party identity providers on integrations; OpenID/OIDC etc.
  • Support zero-trust data access policies and ensure they are built into the product
  • Consistently achieve successful results, even under tough circumstances
  • Show adaptability when faced with gaining support from varying audiences

Benefits:

  • Excellent Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance Options (Varies by Country)
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Flexible Hours
  • Generous Equity

At Skyflow, we believe that diverse teams are the strongest teams. We invite applicants of all genders, races, ethnicities, nationalities, ages, religions, sexual orientations, disability statuses, educational experiences, family situations, and socio-economic background

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