Lead Information Security Engineer
Los Angeles /
Corporate – Software Engineering /
Hadrian - Manufacturing the Future
Hadrian builds autonomous, software-defined precision component factories that help our customers make rockets, satellites, jets & eVTOLs 2x faster and cheaper.
Getting precision components on time, quickly is the #1 problem for customers in the space, medical devices, fusion, semiconductor, defense & carbon removal industries - in total, a $60B market in the US alone.
Join our growing team to build the factory of the future and lay the groundwork for a Spacefaring, post-scarcity, carbon neutral world. Our tech already makes us >50% more efficient than legacy competitors and we need you to help us build, automate and launch Factory v1.
We've raised >$100m to achieve this vision, with multiple rounds from Lux Capital, A16Z, Founders Fund, Construct Capital, Caffeinated Capital and more.
About this role
As a member of the Information Security team, you will architect and execute a strategy that will keep Hadrian’s IT and OT environment resilient and secure. This position will report to the Director of Software Engineering and will include both strategy and implementation.
In this role you will
- Work with Hadrian leadership and technical teams to establish information security practices within the company including authoring policies, procedures, and standards
- Implement and administer security solutions supporting cloud deployments, office and factory environments, as well as remote access
- Implement a Zero Trust based framework utilizing various capabilities including a cloud-based security broker
- Oversee and manage vendor relationships related to the information security program
- Implement secure access to company assets for internal and external uses leveraging various types of devices (Mobile, BYOD, Company-Owned)
- Support company growth across annual and quarterly planning exercises
- Perform third-party risk assessments on new and existing providers and recommend mitigating strategies where necessary
This might be a good fit if you
- Have a strong background in information security
- Have experience in a startup environment
- Have experience working across software engineering and OT environments
- Understand current risks to modern IT environments
- Have built systems, practices, and policies based on security standards such as NIST Cyber Security Framework or ISO27001
- Can manage third party vendors responsible for extending security team functionality (MSSP, MDR)
- Have broad experience securing cloud file systems (e.g Dropbox, Box.com)
- Experience with securing Google Workspace; including features like BeyondCorp Enterprise, Advanced Mobile Management, Windows Device management
Nice to have (or excited to learn! You don’t have to possess these to be a great fit.)
- Familiarity with ITAR compliance
- Experience with securing manufacturing environments
To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) you must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State. Learn more about the ITAR here.