Embedded Security Researcher

Website European Recruitment

An innovative Cyber Security based in Abu Dhabi is looking for an experience Embedded Security Researcher to join their expanding team. They have the agility of a start-up, but the experience, talent, and resources of an established firm. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct security research to provide in-depth, end-to-end security testing and vulnerability assessments
  • Analyse systems to find vulnerabilities and demonstrate POC’s across Hardware, Software, Cryptography and Mobile disciplines
  • Present at conferences/publications or create white papers
  • Deliver client and internal engagements by performing security audits and producing professional security reports

 

Requirements:

  • PhD or Master’s degree in relevant discipline with knowledge of hardware security or applied cryptography
  • 5+ years of experience in Embedded Security Research
  • Deep understanding of various Embedded / hardware security vulnerabilities and threats, reverse engineering and exploitation of test features
  • Research experience in security products (vulnerability detection, side-channel and fault countermeasures, etc.)
  • Proficient in one or more assembly languages (x86, ARM, etc…)
  • Expertise in one or more scripting languages (e.g., Python or Ruby)

 

Please attach a copy of your CV with your application for review. 

 

Key Words:

Security Research / Embedded Security Research / Hardware Security / Vulnerability / Vulnerability Assessments / Software / Cryptography / Mobile / Security Audits / Threats / Reverse Engineering / Side-Channel / x86 / ARM / Python / Ruby 

 

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Categories: Embedded Systems , Security , Semiconductor & Electronics

  Salary: Negotiable

  Location: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

  Job type: Permanent, Full Time