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Anti-Cheat Technical Program Manager
13 days ago
Anti-Cheat Technical Program Manager
The EA Security team protects EA by reducing our exposure to security risks by raising awareness and providing a measured, proportionate set of security and risk management controls, services and solutions. This department also ensures that EA is meeting required security standards as defined by a variety of different regulatory bodies.
The Secure Product Engineering & Anti-Cheat Response Team ensures that all EA Games are developed with the security of our players and their personal information as a priority. We partner with platform and game development teams to ensure that security issues are identified and resolved throughout the application and service lifecycle.
You will be a member of the Secure Product Engineering & Anti-Cheat Response team, reporting to the Senior Security Manager. You will work with game and platform development teams to support a centralized anti-cheat program across the company. We are looking for someone who is part TPM, part Product Manager, and part security / anti-cheat specialist.
As a Security/Anti-Cheat TPM, you will be a part of a global security team and will work with game and central tech development teams to:
- Build durable and accountable relationships
- Understand the gameplay integrity issues facing EA game titles and existing controls
- Maintain a comprehensive gameplay integrity roadmap
- Determine anti-cheat control and tech integration requirements
- Translate business use cases into functional and technical specifications
- Drive integration of security and anti-cheat tooling with game studios
- Improve EA account resiliency to identity-based attacks and facilitate features like cross-play
- Develop security and anti-cheat operations processes
- Develop program / product metrics
- Provide transparency to senior leadership, game studio, and platform teams through regular reporting
- Develop and integrate processes and tooling to support Security Development Lifecycle efforts
- Oversee partner and security engineering expectations and deliverables
- Resolve potential resourcing, technology, and process gaps related to security and anti-cheat engineering efforts
- Work with security and anti-cheat engineering resources to determine proper approach and priority to resolving risks
- Understand partner team development and engineering capabilities to influence secure development
- Build trust relationships with external security researchers who have reported security vulnerabilities and cheats
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- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field or relevant professional experience
- Solid security engineering and security program experience
- Passion for online gaming and interest in the cheating problem space
- Experience defining and using SDL practices and methodologies
- Program management and implementation experience, working with multiple partners globally
- Presentation, conflict resolution, and customer service skills
- Experience briefing executive leadership on security risks and identifying a path to resolution
- Experience managing large security or anti-cheat programs (8+ years)
- Understanding of application security concepts
- Experience working with or familiarity with the external security researching community, game cheat community, or identifying and using cheats in games
- Experience planning and delivering cost-effective results
- Project leadership, able to delegate, and determine priority of tasks
- Balance the pressures of a busy project environment with the need for a fun, productive group and environment