OneSignal is a Remote First Collaboration Company, offering Remote work as the default option across the United States. We offer in-office experiences in San Mateo, CA and New York, NY.
OneSignal is a quickly-growing company serving our clients and helping them reach their customers through our scalable notification systems. We support an ecosystem of tens of thousands of clients, sending over 10 billion messages each day.
We are hiring a Director of Information Security to spearhead our compliance efforts. Currently, we’re a relatively small engineering group. While we have strong security practices, as we take our next steps as an enterprise, we are working to achieve ISO-27001 and SSAE-21(SOC 2, Type 2) compliance.
Initially, we need a leader to document our existing policies, work with our auditing firm to identify any practice gaps and help lead us through a SOC 2 Type 1, and then Type 2 audit.
After that initial work is complete, we’ll need a solid professional to help us maintain compliance going forward; to document our compliance initiatives over the year; to interact with sales prospects and existing customers about our compliance and security efforts, and to help train our internal engineering and other teams in best-in-class security practices.
You will work closely with our engineering teams to understand what we do now, and to help us ensure our new efforts work well within our security and compliance environments, and are properly documented for our ongoing audits.
In a typical month, the Information Security Manager might:
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