Manager, Threat Intelligence
At DNSFilter, we have a singular mission: to challenge the way the industry thinks about security via DNS—and we need your help! We’ve come a long way over the past few years. In 2021 we had a successful $30 million Series A funding round and in 2022 we became the fastest DNS security tool on the planet and joined forces with privacy-focused VPN Guardian! This year, we’re adding new features to assist our customers with their DNS-layer security and broadening our solution to align with the Secure Web Gateway market to continue our product-fueled growth.
Our Labs team is looking for a Manager, Threat Intelligence who thrives on new challenges and who is truly passionate about cyber security. A highly qualified candidate will also have experience working with threat intelligence, domain intelligence, and protective DNS. It’s essential to be a highly organized person who’s skilled in both cyber security and people management.
We recognize that people come with a wealth of experience and talent beyond just the technical requirements of a job. If you feel like this job is for you, please apply. We believe diversity of experience and skills, including transferable skills, combined with passion is a key to innovation and excellence; therefore, we encourage people from all backgrounds to apply to our positions!
- Manage a team of 3-5 highly skilled threat and domain intelligence experts
- Set team direction, manage workloads, and help form strategic direction in the threat and domain intelligence space
- Understand the current threat landscape and be able to prioritize work accordingly
- Collaborate with various cross-functional teams, including but not limited to Customer Support, Engineering departments, and Product Management to incorporate and manage end-to-end threat intelligence projects into their work
- Identify and propose improvements to existing processes and procedures
- Develop and implement threat intelligence processes and procedures to ensure timely and accurate identification, assessment, and response to cyber threats
- Develop presentations/reports for senior management on emerging threats, trends, and best practices
- Support client-facing teams with insights and data driven by threat intelligence research
- Ability to elaborate on your Cybersecurity expertise as it relates to protective DNS, domain intelligence, and/or threat intelligence
- 4+ years experience successfully managing threat intelligence direct reports
- A passion for staying up to date with the latest cyber security trends and technologies
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work in a mostly EST environment
- Experience working remotely
Bonus points for
- Coding experience
- Strategic planning and roadmap creation experience
- Experience in innovation-based organizations
- A 100% work-from-home position with a company that values and fosters personal and professional growth
- Passionate and intelligent colleagues who work hard and have a good time doing it
- Rotating 4-Day workweek
- Paid company-wide week off at the end of each year
- Flexible Vacation policy
- Awesome company swag
- Home office buildout allowance
- Full medical, dental, and vision benefits for US Based Employees
- Full short-term disability and life benefits; available long-term disability
- In-person Annual Gatherings. Last time we all spent a week on a beach in Cancun!
The hiring range for this role is: $118,500 - $139,500 USD Annually
DNSFilter is a pay for performance organization, which means there is the opportunity to advance your compensation with performance over time. The hiring base pay is dependent upon many factors such as level, function, training, transferable skills, work experience, business needs, and/or geographic location. As a fully remote company, our compensation reflects the cost of labor across several U.S. and global geographic markets. We pay differently based on those defined markets. Our Talent Team can share more about the specific salary range for the job location during the hiring process.
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