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General Purpose of the Role/Job Position Summary Description:
Nokia CNS / Core Engineering / Media Management R&D team is seeking for product Security Architect - in order to address growing business needs of Nokia Session Border Controller (SBC) product. This has to be supported by rapid product evolution of its cloud native product architecture.
Therefore, we need Security Architect to join our R&D organization. The candidate in this role will be required to work with R&D members (CTO, other systems engineers/architects, software engineers) as well as product line managers (PLMs) and customer support teams to define, design and deliver cloud native SBC product.
Key Responsibilities / Functions:
Defining product security architecture and new product functions to maintain and enrich its security with new capabilities.
Cooperation with Product Managers, Product Architects, System Engineers, CTO and Development Teams on defining of product security roadmap, feature definitions and backlog prioritization
Identification of product security gaps and deficiencies, addressing them into enhancements/ backlog items
Supporting design, implementation, test, sales and maintenance of product with the relevant teams
Documenting and presenting product capabilities internally and externally (documentation/ publications, security artefacts and presentations)
Involvement in relevant certification / standardization activities
Cross-sharing technology & product knowledge among various project team members