Application Security Manager
We have partnered with one of the world’s leading media organisations who own some of the most recognisable brands in the world and they’re looking for an Application Security Manager in New York City to join them as they enhance their Cyber Security department.
As an Application Security Manager, you will develop how the organisation secures its customer-facing products and applications. This role will allow you to showcase your technical knowledge whilst giving you the opportunity to contribute to Application Security strategy on a global scale. This is a very software-driven role so a background or good knowledge in application security will be necessary, as much experience in cloud technologies and agile environments would also be preferable.
Key Responsibilities of the Application Security Manager:
- Managing a team of dedicated Application Security Engineers.
- Build, maintain and execute a strategy to ensure the security of all products and applications with customer-facing capabilities.
- Perform application security reviews and code analysis.
- Ensure that secure development practices are in place in the Agile software development life cycle (SDLC).
- You will be the “go-to” for all application security and product security matters.
- Work very closely with software development and software engineering teams to develop and maintain application security and product security.
- You will be responsible for developing threat models.
- Work closely with application and product teams to integrate automated security tooling into the CI/CD workflows.
The Ideal Candidate
- Experience as an Application Security Engineer or Product Security Engineer would be preferable.
- Experience within application security or product security (design & architecture).
- Experience with cloud security technologies, Amazon Web Services (AWS) would be preferable, but we’re also open to Azure and GCP.
- Preferably experience working within a DevSecOps environment.
- You will have an excellent understanding of application exploits.
- Experience leading small teams would be desirable but not essential.