GCA’s Internet Integrity Program aims to bring together key players in Internet infrastructure operations, as well as adjacent industries, to identify top priorities for addressing cybersecurity issues that cannot be solved by any single actor, or subset of actors, independently.
The successful candidate is passionate about ensuring a cybersecure, working Internet for all. They will work with Internet infrastructure operators to identify, create and promote the uptake of solutions for cybersecurity problems leveraging GCA’s (IoT) honeyfarm data and technology. GCA has 3+ years of IoT-related honeyfarm data (AIDE), as well as its own honeypot technology (ProxyPot) that can be used to set up targeted IoT honeyfarm deceptions. GCA’s IoT-related activities focus on identifying malicious IoT traffic and false pieces of the core systems and structures so they may be neutralized or removed. This position reports to the CTO/Internet Integrity Program Director.
IoT Product Manager Job Functions, Essential Duties, and Responsibilities
- Identify target customer types and potential customers within the Internet infrastructure operator industry and adjacent cybersecurity industries; identify and maintain documentation of their cyber risk needs that will be addressed by the IoT product(s); Research and analyze market landscape and the users to inform the roadmap for the solutions
- Work with the product and program target audiences to identify solution opportunities that GCA can deliver within the context of the program, its strategy, and its capacities
- Engage in outreach with potential product customers and/or partners, and promote the adoption of the product/solution
- With the assistance of Directors of Engagement, exercise primary responsibility and oversight over managing product-related communications with customers and stakeholders and set direction, acting as the relationship owner for partners and customers interested in the product
- Identify sources of revenue – from partners, customers, or 3rd party programs
- Continuously build market intelligence by following related efforts and the industry developments
- Work within program processes to develop and champion product goal(s), revenue opportunities, roadmap, and growth options
- Develop product strategy
- Plan and prioritize product features for the product
- Lead the planning of product releases and set the expectation for delivery of new functionalities in the context of each phase of the development lifecycle, and ensure appropriate resources are available for realization
- Develop and pursue revenue opportunities related to the product
- Assess value, develop cases, and prioritize stories and efforts to ensure work focuses on those with maximum value that are aligned with product strategy
- Provide vision and direction to the product execution team and stakeholders throughout the project
- Oversee and approve any use of project data, including interacting with stakeholders, under the guidance of the program director, the chief legal officer, and the GDPR committee
Product Owner Experience, Skills, Knowledge Requirements
- Demonstrated experience in the Internet technical industry — knowledge of Internet infrastructure operators and their business drivers, cybersecurity challenges, risk and workable mitigation strategies for same
- Five years of experience in customer-facing, solution-seeking roles
- Bachelor’s degree in product design or engineering, or equivalent experience
- Strong experience in a dynamic product management role
- A solid understanding of Internet abuse, with the ability to articulate how these adversely impact on society
- Proven experience overseeing all elements of the product development lifecycle
- Exceptional writing and editing skills combined with strong presentation and public speaking skills
- Strong technical acumen; creativity; interpersonal skills; emotional intelligence.
- Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a remote organization.
We work as a geographically distributed team with people in many locations. This position is remote and practicality of communication with others in GCA and the ability to set up employment arrangements in a new country may be taken into account in filling the position. Communication and project management tools including Slack, Google Meet and Asana are frequently used. Flex-time is available, atypical work hours (i.e., not 9-to-5) may be necessary if outside of the US Eastern time zone. Occasional travel may be required for meetings.
Compensation is commensurate with experience.
The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is an international, cross-sector effort designed to confront, address, and prevent malicious cyber activity. We achieve our mission by uniting global communities, implementing concrete solutions, and measuring the effect.
GCA does not sponsor visas, and candidates are expected to be able to work legally in their country of employment.
GCA is an equal opportunity employer. Women, minority, veteran and disabled candidates are encouraged to apply.
Please submit qualified resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.