Project Security Manager for Cyber Security in Constanţa

UNECE R155/R156 (regular) SAE J3061 (regular) ISO/SAE 21434 (regular) Electrical/Electronics Engineering (regular) Computer Engineering (regular) Cybersecurity (regular) Cryptography (regular) At Bosch, we shape the future by inventing high-quality technologies and services that spark enthusiasm and enrich people’s lives. Our promise to our associates is rock-solid: we grow together, we enjoy our work, and we inspire each other. The Project Security Manager (PSecM) is responsible to ensure the project’s adherence to the Bosch Security Engineering Process and prepares all the necessary security artifacts. They will provide direction and leadership to implement security solutions into embedded controllers, and meet the project and customer timelines, and quality gates. Responsibility: Lead cybersecurity discussions to elicit requirements from multiple OEM'sDevelop cybersecurity concepts in accordance with Bosch’s Product Security Baseline, state-of-the-art requirements, existing security regulations and customer requirementsCoordinate implementation of cybersecurity solutions across software and hardware teams, and ensure a common understanding of the cybersecurity threats, risks and features.Support Sales in negotiating the Cybersecurity Interface Agreement with multiple OEM'SPrepare security artifacts needed for Bosch’s Security Engineering Process – Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment (TARA), Security Concept, Security Design, Data Protection Checklist, Security Issue Response Plan, Security Bill Of Materials etc.Support security related milestones for the customer and internal quality gates with relevant deliverablesCoordinate security testing and validation activitiesAnalyze security vulnerabilities and coordinate the relevant response communication to the customerPlan and manage introduction of security in manufacturing processesLead 3 or more Security engineers to develop security solutions for OEM'sWork closely with Product security officer and provide necessary leanings to continuously update security engineering process and Solutions Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering or a related fieldKnowledge of one or more automotive embedded components at System levelRelevant cybersecurity experience, preferably in embedded systemsKnowledge and application of existing security standards such as ISO/SAE 21434, SAE J3061Knowledge of cryptography and cybersecurity basicsKnowledge of cybersecurity relevant regulations (e.g., UNECE R155/R156)A cognitive understanding of the impact of cybersecurity on other areas such as functional safety, manufacturing etc.Proven ability to coordinate tasks among multiple teams and drive them towards a common objectiveCustomer orientation and negotiation skillsStrong business communication skills Benefits: We would like to offer you number of amenities for you and your loved ones.Work #LikeABosch: Contract of employment and a competitive salary (together with annual bonus)Flexible working hours with home office after the pandemic as wellReferral Bonus ProgramCopyright costs for IT employeesLunch Pass Grow #LikeABosch: Complex environment of working, professional support and possibility to share knowledge and best practicesOn-going development opportunities in a multinational environmentBroad access to professional trainings, conferences and webinarsLanguage courses Live #LikeABosch: Private medical care and life insuranceMultisport card and sports teamsNumber of benefits for families (for instance summer camps for kids)Non working days on the 24th and 31st of DecemberDiscounts for Bosch products


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