If you happen to be on the lookout for a Product Security Manager position after being laid off, then you might want to send your resume over to Apple, as the company hopes to get those shoes filled up ASAP especially after the iPhone 5 prototype has already gone missing, making it the second iPhone prototype from Apple to do so as the same happened to the iPhone 4. There are two job openings for Managers for New Product Security that hopefully, will help safeguard the company’s unreleased products and related intellectual property.
According to the ad from Apple, they are looking for a couple of good people who will be responsible “for overseeing the protection of, and managing risks to, Apple’s unreleased products and related intellectual property.” These positions will obviously be based in its headquarters at Cupertino, and will require one to travel extensively – even up to 30% of your time spent around the country and abroad.
You will need to have a proven track record of “accurately assessing physical and logical security implementations” in addition to putting up your own risk management recommendations, all the while maintaining a delicate balancing act that places consideration on the impact of “corporate culture, business operations, system architectures, manufacturing processes, and employee workflows.”
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- 2014-04-15: Alleged iPhone 6 Batteries Spotted On Production Tray
- 2014-04-15: Alleged iPhone 6 Front Panel Photo Surfaces
- 2014-04-14: More Alleged iPhone 6 Molds Surface, Hints At 4.7-inch Display
- 2014-04-14: In-House iPhone Baseband Chip Development 'Herculean' Task [Analyst]
- 2013-01-28: Budget iPhone Could Be A Frankenstein Phone Borrowing From iPhone 5, iPod Touch [Rumor]
- 2013-01-22: Verizon Activates Over 6 Million iPhones In Q4 2012
- 2012-12-19: Humor: Apple Releases iPhone 5C With Broken Screen For College-Aged Girls
- 2012-12-03: iPhone 5 Heading Out To More Countries This Month
- 2012-09-17: iPhone 5 benchmark: narrowly beats Galaxy S3 [geekbench]