Senior Product Manager

Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States

For our Global Product Management team, we are looking for Senior Product Manager - Intelligent Adaptive Authentication who will take ownership of the strategic direction and focus of our entire authentication services portfolio (on premise & cloud deployments).


  • You will be responsible for developing and maintaining the products and solutions related to Intelligent Adaptive Authentication (AI/ML, risk based adaptive authentication) aligning with the other product managers, architects and development teams to create and own the vision for your product.
  • You will determine short to long-term target market trends and elaborate a product vision that includes regulatory, technological and business and market changes
  • You will synchronize the road-map with engineering and validate the program of release delivery regularly
  • You will work closely with global sales by providing product positioning, guidance & definition of value proposition, marketing content elaboration, training and definition of objectives
  • You will visit key customers, industry regulators and participate in industry events in order to evangelize and present the OneSpan strategy along with your product line value


  • At least 6 years of experience as Product Manager of B2B software products, related to Authentication or Identity Management  
  • A strategic and analytical thinker, ready to roll up your sleeves when needed         
  • Familiarity with market regulations & compliance in the banking industry    
  • Knowledge of authentication protocols, technologies and federation  
  • Experience with agile development is a big plus
  • Technical & commercial Product Management experience
  • Travel is expected to be around 50-60% of your time in the first 6 months, going down to 25-40% after



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