Overview

Program Manager – Network Security

This role focuses specifically on Azure network security (Azure Firewall, DDoS Protection, and WAF). The ideal candidate must possess a strong technical background in some combination of the following: application security, network security, network architecture, and cloud computing (Azure).

Responsibilities

Dig deep into the technologies as a Subject Matter Expert
Understand the story behind our security solutions, and tell it both internally and externally at events like Ready, Ignite, Tech Summits, etc.
Work directly with customers to validate successful deployments and guide secure network architecture decisions.
Recognize our customers’ needs, how these needs drive deployments, and what feature gaps exist.
Drive the customer story internally to lead the evolution of our products.
Contribute to the technical documentation for our products, writing blogs, troubleshooting guides, reference architectures, playbooks, etc.
Maintain demo/lab environment for effective demonstration, problem solving, and learning.
Work with early adopter customers in preview programs to test new scenarios, gather feedback and triage issues with developers.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:  

Technical experience in enterprise security and/or networking.
Technical experience in cloud computing, preferably Azure.

Preferred Qualifications:

Demonstrated ability to come up-to-speed quickly on a new technical domain.
Passion for technology, software engineering, quality, and customer solutions
Excellent Technical PM fundamentals: design savvy, data-driven, disciplined, deep and diverse customer empathy, passion for learning, can-do creativity, concise communications and PM persuasion skills.
Creativity and optimism grounded in practical engineering and business know-how.

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About Microsoft

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