The name ThousandEyes was born from two big ideas: the power to see what’s not ordinarily possible, and the ability to collect intelligence from vantage points as diverse and global as the Internet. As organizations depend on cloud services, the Internet has become their defacto network connecting cloud applications to users. Our Internet and cloud intelligence platform is like a ‘Google maps of the Internet’, providing the only collectively powered view of digital experiences end-to-end. We enable our customers made up of the world’s largest and fastest-growing brands, to identify problems before they impact revenue, brand reputation, or employee productivity.
In August 2020, Cisco Systems completed the acquisition of ThousandEyes, which now forms the ThousandEyes Business Unit within Cisco’s Network Services Business Group, and is a foundational component of Cisco’s growing Observability business.
About The Role
ThousandEyes is seeking an exceptional information security engineer with strong project management skills to support our Information Security and Privacy Risk Management function. This is a combination of project/program management and risk analysis: a hands-on role that requires experience and expertise managing projects and processes related to security of networks, systems and applications. The Information Security Risk Management team is responsible for managing and mitigating risks faced by ThousandEyes to protect its systems, services and data. Our scope includes everything from customer applications to enterprise services that support our business operations. We work cross-functionally with internal teams providing security consulting services while driving new program initiatives. You should be strongly driven and excited about learning new processes. You will be collaborating with ThousandEyes’ project teams to ensure the success of the information security risk management program. We are looking for an information security engineer / project manager that will be aggressive in following up on tasks, achieving deadlines, and holding resource owners accountable to risk remediation plans. The security engineer role will be highly engaged with all aspects of the risk assessment process. A successful candidate will need strong project management fundamentals and excellent communication skills.
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