Security Policy Manager, Community Defense

Security Policy Manager, Community Defense
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London, United Kingdom
As the importance and impact of the Meta family of companies continues to grow, so does the cybersecurity risk to the company and the likelihood that our platforms will be used to cause harm. The Meta Security Policy team is dedicated to understanding these risks and crafting policies that govern acceptable use of our platform so that we can identify and take action against those who would use our platform for malicious purposes. We are looking for a Product Policy Manager to work closely with our Director of Security Policy and our Community Defense Pillar Lead to accomplish this mission. Our team coordinates efforts across the company to identify security threats and risks to users across our family of apps and services, working with cross functional partners to mitigate and protect the community from malicious actors seeking to exploit our platforms and conducting targeted attacks on communities and individuals. As new products are developed and as the world changes around us, we help partners across the Meta family of apps and services plan for attacks by sophisticated, persistent adversaries through policy and product design that keeps people safe. Meta is rapidly expanding our core product focus into virtual reality, global internet connectivity, commerce and beyond. This role will help the company manage the risks to our users and communities that may arise in the connected Metaverse of products. This role will work closely with partners from Meta’s product teams, our content policy organization, trust and safety, privacy, integrity, human and civil rights, and beyond to anticipate adversarial behavior and craft mitigations that make the future of computing safe for individuals and society. This position will be located in our London office, and involve global travel to support our international teams.
Security Policy Manager, Community Defense Responsibilities
  • Work with Meta’s integrity, security, product, safety, and policy teams to identify and assess security and access risks, including compromise, and harm resulting from access loss or takeover or other type of adversarial harm, and coordinate efforts to prioritize and protect our community from the threat
  • Work within Meta’s Product Policy team to formulate policies that govern appropriate behavior on, and access to Meta products.
  • Work with Meta’s integrity, security, safety, and policy teams to understand highly targeted users and communities, such as human rights defenders, activists, journalists, advertisers, and creators, to identify and assess risks, understand abuse, attack methods and patterns, and prioritize mitigation to protect them from adversarial threats
  • Work with Meta’s safety, security, investigative, customer support, and integrity teams to understand the nature of adversarial threats in products and communicate those risks effectively to product stakeholders
  • In partnership with other members of the Security Policy team, investigate how adversarial threats cross between our apps and services
  • Identify and assess other evolving security threats, abuse, and risk by adversarial targeting of our users
  • Understand the internal teams working on cybersecurity projects and how their work fits into the global strategy
  • Move quickly to detect and respond to global events
Minimum Qualifications
  • Experience in information security, cybersecurity, secure authentication, account security and user protection
  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
  • Technical experience across security, authentication, access, and other related disciplines
  • Experience communicating security risks across many disciplines, including legal, policy, engineering, trust and safety, and others.
  • Experience assessing risks to targeted or vulnerable populations, and designing appropriate mitigations
  • Experience with problems balancing between security, privacy, and safety in urgent and evolving security landscape
Preferred Qualifications
  • Master, PhD or advanced degree with experience with security, authentication, threat assessment, risk and user security
  • Experience with international standards for access and authentication, and user protection
  • Experience working with human rights defenders, activists, journalists and other highly targeted people in the area of digital rights and defense
  • Experience with commerce (advertisement, shop, payments) related abuse and compromise
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