Intel IPAS - Dir, Product Assurance Processes & Governance in Hillsboro, Oregon
Intel Product Assurance and Security IPAS Governance & Operations GO is responsible for implementing and operationalizing proactive security and risk-prioritized measures such as Security Development Lifecycle SDL process, tools and training to embed a secure-by-design approach. In addition, the organization is responsible for establishing and improving key operational elements, providing governance and oversight, and fostering a security first culture into Intel's product development and IPAS' strategic practices.
The Director of Product Assurance Processes and Governance will build, lead and develop a team of governance managers and business process experts that implement and drive processes and controls to ensure a secure-by-design approach for product development across Intel.
Core job responsibilities include:
Understand and drive security compliance best practices
Facilitate activities and projects that ensure a security first culture within the company
Assess and continuously improve the product security governance framework
Establish and improve policies and standards to ensure secure product development
Perform audits and assess controls to ensure compliance and standards are met
Perform risk assessments and drive remediation of any issues identified
Develop metrics and KPI's/KRI's for teams to monitor compliance and risk-
Define and implement the IPAS operating model
Drive business process improvements across protect, detect and respond workstreams
Provide inputs to improve product security tools, systems and training to drive compliance
Influence and coordinate with other assurance functions across Intel to drive synergies and efficiencies to continuously improve product assurance
Define and develop the strategy and vision to apply industry-leading processes and governance to increase effectiveness while raising the bar for product security and secure development practices
Identify, design, execute, document, measure, monitor, and control business processes to achieve consistent, targeted results
Team leadership, employee development and performance management
Bachelor's/Master's degree +10 years of team management MBA and knowledge of SDL and PLC are a plus
Must have experience managing product assurance, audit, and/or risk and controls
Proven ability to lead governance forums that include participation from multiple business groups
Ability to interpret and understand legal documents and regulations is required
Demonstrated experience working with auditors and legal
Proven experience in implementing Business Process Management and Lean Six Sigma Continuous Improvement
Must have strong leadership skills including excellent communication, stakeholder management, ability to delegate and lead others, and ability to work in an environment with change and ambiguity
Demonstrated track record of leading and managing teams
Must have ability to scope and plan work needed for areas of ownership and provide clear feedback to the team on risks, issues and help needed
Capable of synthesizing complex information into clear messages, often speaking on behalf of IPAS Management
Detail oriented with an inclination to identify and improve processes
Strong decision-making skills and the ability to build respect and influence at all levels
Inside this Business Group
Intel's Product Assurance & Security team is chartered with building & maintaining customer trust through unparalleled security, privacy & assurance of Intel products. This team drives security & assurance governance, identifies emerging threats, secures existing products through mitigations and defines & initiates future security innovations for Intel products.
US, Arizona, Phoenix;US, California, Santa Clara
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Position of Trust. This role is a Position of Trust. Should you accept this position, you must consent to and pass an extended Background Investigation, which includes (subject to country law), extended education, SEC sanctions, and additional criminal and civil checks. For internals, this investigation may or may not be completed prior to starting the position. For additional questions, please contact your Talent Consultant.