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Principal Technical Program Manager (TPM) - AWS Crypto Tools Amazon
Seattle, WA

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Are you passionate about contributing to open source? Are you excited at the prospect of keeping millions of customers' data safe? Do you want to help secure web services by implementing cryptography at scale? Security is the #1 concern of customers moving to the cloud and the AWS Cryptography team is dedicated to providing the security features our customers need. We enable customers to confidently move sensitive workloads to the cloud where they can benefit from strong security controls that help meet internal and external compliance requirements. AWS Key Management Service and AWS CloudHSM provide encryption and key management services, while AWS Certificate Manager handles the complexity of provisioning, deploying, and managing certificates.

The AWS Crypto Tools team helps AWS customers protect their sensitive data inside and outside of the cloud by building and maintaining easy to use, secure, open source encryption tools and libraries. We are looking for a principal technical program manager with an interest in practical cryptography to join us in building the most secure and user-friendly tools available to help our customers protect their data and accelerate use of cryptography in all AWS services.

You should have experience running cross-organizational, global programs, managing scalable, customer-centric systems, and designing secure software solutions. Along with senior leaders, principal engineers, and security specialists, you will drive cryptographic best practices across AWS service teams as they utilize cryptographic tools and libraries to raise the bar on security for all our customers.

Your responsibilities include:

* Managing cross-functional, cross-organizational programs and projects
* Leading an engineering team that owns the complete software development lifecycle; defining, prioritizing, designing, testing, implementing, and supporting encryption tools and libraries
* · Delivering and supporting foundational libraries to be used inside and outside Amazon
* Contributing to open source projects, including the AWS Encryption SDK and the DynamoDB Encryption Client



Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.

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