Manager – Security Incident Response Team
Posted on 3/3/2023
Remote • Dewey, OK, USA
- Proven track record as an experienced member of Security Operations or Incident Response teams - either as an Individual Contributor or as a Manager
- Hands-on experience with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools
- Experience with leading Security or security-focused Site Reliability teams
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, especially experience with executive-level communications
- Capability to make concrete progress in the face of ambiguity and imperfect knowledge
- Being comfortable with often not being in control of their time (because security events don't care about anyone's plans)
- Willingness to be part of the Security Manager On-Call rotation
- Robust understanding of security issues, mitigations, and a solid grasp of the current global threat landscape
- Experience with the role of an incident manager during medium and large scale security events
- First hand experience with major cloud providers - GCP, AWS, Azure, Digital Ocean
- Alignment with Manager responsibilities as outlined in Leadership at GitLab
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- Provide input on security architecture, issues, and features
- Hold regular 1:1's with all members of their team
- Create a sense of psychological safety on their team
- Be your team's role model in terms of positive thinking, de-escalating conflict, and taking time off
- Identify the need to, and drive the implementation of security-related technical and process improvements
- Author project plans for security initiatives
- Draft and successfully deliver on quarterly OKRs
- Train team members to screen candidates and conduct engineering interviews
- Build a substantial, collaborative partnership with Legal, Infrastructure, Development and Product departments
- Assume the role of an Incident Manager during larger security events
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