“The Cyber Security market is projected to grow from USD 155.83 billion in 2022 to USD 376.32 billion by 2029, exhibiting a CAGR of 13.4% during the forecast period”.

The day-to-day routine of a security product manager makes a huge impact in everyday life. For example, there are cybersecurity products that protect an organization’s confidentiality, integrity and stability. On the other hand, security products can bring businesses to a halt if you have a firewall that is not correctly set up. In addition, defective endpoint products can make operating systems unstable.

This can lead to a tug of war between the IT department and the security department.

Building Your Cybersecurity Roadmap | Product Management

The Product manager eole is to spend time worrying about security.

While digital defenses doesn’t generate revenue. It doesn’t spur growth. It definitely doesn’t delight users or reduce friction. But yet, it’s the product manager, you have to worry about cybersecurity.

Product managers of cybersecurity are responsible to protect your customers through securing your organization’s digital assets. In addition, product managers of cybersecurity must demonstrate value to the business. Introducing a product manager into your cybersecurity practice leads to users and Stakeholders poitive  perspectives and confidence.

Cybersecurity Product Manager roles:

Owner — A product manager of cybersecurity is the single accountable individual driving success, adoption, and transparency of cybersecurity across the organization.

Security Evangelist — A critical role the product manager of cybersecurity must play to successfully drive cybersecurity adoption is to engage engineers, executives, and operators across the enterprise through tools, processes, and education. 

Voice of the Customer — Cybersecurity can easily overlook the customers perspective in the name of security. It’s up to the product manager of cybersecurity to advocate for frictionless experiences for customers so that they can get the most out of your product in a secure way. 

Advocate to Enterprise— A product manager of cybersecurity helps advocate for security by presenting cybersecurity capabilities as a profit center. Guardian of Security Data — Capturing, organizing, and reporting on security data to executive leadership enables data driven decisions. It is the product managers of cybersecurity’s job to root around and make sure all the security data gets sent to the appropriate log collectors. 

Cybersecurity Delivery Manager — Collaborating with engineering teams to deliver security capabilities is a practice that must be exercised.

Finally the product manager of cybersecurity delivers product requirements and prioritizes facilitating the development lifecycle.