As the traditional network-based perimeter erodes, organizations need a next-generation access management architecture centered on people and designed for the principle of a zero-trust network.
Device identity is a critical factor in this next-generation architecture. By transparently associating a device to a user and assessing the device’s security state, we can deliver a secure and frictionless sign-in experience with no authentication prompts.
To deliver on these integrated client experiences, you will build and own our device identity platform, deliver the end-to-end experiences on top of the platform and scale an integration ecosystem to collect device context from endpoint vendors.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Define product strategy and roadmap to focus our investments on the highest value projects
- Manage and develop a team of Product Managers
- Collaborate closely with Architects, Engineers and Designers to define usable and scalable solutions
- Use a hypothesis-driven approach while finding ways to validate assumptions quickly and at low cost
- Track market trends and dynamics to inform product decisions and strategy
- Collaborate with product marketing to align product and go-to-market strategies
- Be a product detective – perform deep discovery to understand the root drivers behind customer asks, identify the highest value opportunities and then distill these into requirements and an actionable phased delivery plan
- Leverage product data to continually get smarter about how to improve our products
Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- You have a strong technical background that allows you to influence technical design and investment decisions
- You have experience with systems / endpoint management challenges and technologies (e.g., AirWatch, MobileIron, JAMF, SCCM, Intune)
- You can see the big picture, but deliver on the details
- You can produce solid action plans from often incomplete, conflicting or ambiguous inputs
- You can think deeply about hard problems
- You have managed people and operate effectively as a player-coach
- Excellent communication skills across both technical and business audiences
- Strong leadership skills and executive presence
- 8+ years of industry experience. 5+ years of product management or related experience
- Bachelor’s degree
- Experience with directory products (e.g., Active Directory, LDAP)
- Experience with the Microsoft technology stack (e.g., O365, Windows Hello for Business, Hybrid AAD Join)
- Advanced degree in technical or business field
Meet the manager:
Arnab Bose is the VP of Product Management: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abosesf/
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