Vonage is a global cloud communications leader that helps businesses accelerate their digital transformation through our fully programmable Unified Communications, Contact Center Applications, and Communications APIs. 

Our Information Security Mission: We commit to safeguard the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information systems, identity, and data assets by providing proactive security expertise, and guidelines for creating and maintaining a resilient and secure infrastructure, and fostering a culture of security awareness and compliance throughout the organization.

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Why this role matters:

Vonage is now part of Ericsson and together Vonage and Ericsson are developing innovative products to Imagine Possible. The Senior Security Architect will report to the VP of Information Security and will be responsible for understanding the product & engineering requirements, design, and implementation of solutions. This role will allow you to work with departmental subject matter experts, solutions architects, product/program managers to develop the CFIUS security and compliance controls that are critical to the implementation and launch of the products.

Where you will work:

Fully Remote Worker – You will be home based in the USA as opposed to a designated Vonage Office and you will work 100% of the time from home.

Time Zone Requirements: Must be based in the Eastern Time Zone of the United States.

Sponsorship Not Available – Legal authorization to work in the USA is required. We are unable to sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening.

What you will do:

The Senior Security Architect will be responsible for understanding how the product and the development teams are implementing the application, understanding the deployment architecture, and be able to review it from a security and operational integrity perspective to develop design documents with an emphasis on CFIUS security and compliance controls that will be implemented and/or adhered to by the product. This includes:

  • Work locally, virtually, and collaboratively with cross-functional teams
  • Create security and compliance solutions based on interviews with subject matter experts
  • Develop scope and plan for providing documentation materials designed to fit specific knowledge needs
  • Participate in and/or leads internal meetings and activities
  • Perform projects and duties as assigned in support of department goals and objectives. Examples of these would include but not be limited to participation in focus workgroups; attend implementation calls; and collaboration with Engineering, Operations and PMO to ensure business need is met
  • Monitor changes to applications and technology to ensure content is accurate and current

What you will bring:

Required

  • Master’s degree (or Bachelor’s degree with commensurate experience) in Computer Science, Information Technology or related fields
  • 10+ years of experience with 3+ years of experience as a senior engineer or senior architect  
  • Proven project management, technical writing, and content management experience 
  • Working in a fast paced environment and being accountable for the quality and timeliness of work
  • Strong organizational skills with ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities
  • Establish the trust of, and develop a strong working partnership with, senior network and software developers and architects from across the company
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of AWS; GCP is a plus
  • Knowledge of API, Web Application, Identity and Access Management, Container (EKS, ECS, etc.), other modern cloud native technologies

Desirable

  • Experience with writing detailed documentation for compliance and audits
  • Experience working with technical writers

How you will benefit:

  • Medical, Vision, and Dental Coverage
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Income Protection
  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • 401(k) Contributions: Pre-Tax, Roth, or After-Tax Roth Options
  • Unlimited Discretionary Time Off
  • Three Paid Volunteer Days a Year
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Voluntary Legal Plan
  • Optum Employee Assistance Program
  • Discount on Auto, Home & Pet Insurance

Note: The purpose of this profile is to provide a general summary of essential responsibilities for the position and is not meant as an exhaustive list. Assignments may differ for individuals within the same role based on business conditions, departmental need or geographic location.

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