Security Architect

By April 25, 2018 No Comments

About the Role

The Security Architect role gives the successful candidate the opportunity of championing the design of a path-breaking information security product that addresses key gaps in security for the Internet of Things. Xage’s product is a very unique application of blockchain technology, which leverages the decentralization properties to put adversaries in a position of disadvantage. The role is pivotal to delivering thought leadership, reliability of the product and robustness of its design and architecture.

About You

  • Scaled a startup from early on or took over a small team within a large organization and grew it into a significant department
  • Extensive experience with cryptographic systems (Bitcoin/blockchain background a major plus), security protocol design & implementation, identity access management, network security, distributed systems and orchestration & integration
  • Proven experience of building security products from prototype to production
  • Track record of leading technical directions and architecture for 10+ years
  • Skilled communicator both to technologists as well as business stakeholders
  • Outstanding track record of innovation and success.


  • Drive Xage’s architectural vision, decentralized application designs, security protocol designs and engineering
  • Closely collaborate and partner with the engineering team members and drive key design choices made in the implementation of the product on a day-to-day basis
  • Work closely with the product management team, and drive the technology & architectural aspects of the product roadmap
  • Align the product with industry security standards, compliance requirements and certifications for the verticals of GTM focus
  • Evaluate new security protocols & technologies, and understand how to seamlessly integrate the same into the product
  • Represent Xage in customer discussions, industry-wide security forums, and security consortiums

White Paper

the whitepaper

The current model of enterprise security is incapable of protecting Industry 4.0 with its intermittently connected, heterogeneous devices and applications, distributed across organizations and geographies. Today’s centralized IT security paradigm needs to be replaced by cybersecurity that is distributed, flexible and adaptive.