Facility security officers (FSOs) are in charge of managing security in their organization's facilities. They are responsible for creating a secure environment for employees, vendors, and company visitors.
As a member of the Security Team at GitLab, you will be working towards raising the bar on security. We will achieve that by working and collaborating with cross-functional teams and global customers to provide guidance on security best practices.
The Security Team is responsible for leading and implementing the various initiatives that relate to improving GitLab's security.
Please note: The FSO does not have a grade internally at GitLab.
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