Do you like analyzing complex security issues?
This security lab is an ambitious organization specializing in embedded security testing for leading international clients from the semiconductor, payment, Pay TV, mobile and smart metering industry. They have engaging projects, an open office environment, and they are looking for self-motivated individuals who would like to carve out their niche in our growing company. If you have experience in using the following variety of techniques then you might be the match for us: source code review, software reverse engineering and exploitation.
What is my role?
- The organization evaluates the security of products that use embedded and smart card technologies, usually in teams of 2-4 security analysts. The main activities of the evaluation process include analyzing threats and weaknesses by taking apart a device’s specifications, code or hardware, and then developing the necessary tools to attack the security. Results of this go into a report, and we give recommendations for solving these problems.
- In addition to evaluation work they carry out other projects, including consultancy work, research, tool development, and training. As a state-of-the-art lab, our internal research and development process is a necessity to remain competitive. We record the knowledge we gain during our projects in the knowledge database to ensure it is preserved and shared within the organization.
- Work is mainly done at the office in Delft. Parts of a project may require working at the customer’s premises. Depending on the type of assignment and your level of experience you are in regular contact with a customer’s technical liaison during a project. All communication with our customers is done in English.
What skills do I need?
- You have successfully completed an academic course in Information Technology or Electrical Engineering.
- You have 1 to 5 year’s work experience:
- You have a good understanding of low-level computer architecture and security concepts.
- You have experience with ARM assembly and the programming languages C/C++, and Java.
- You are comfortable with reviewing large codebases.
- You have experience with mobile security for iOS or Android. It would be a bonus when you have experience with developing mobile applications.
- You have experience with reverse engineering of binary code.
- You have experience with exploitation of software vulnerabilities.
- You have a creative mind with an eye for detail, and you like to make sure we use the right methods and equipment to detect security issues.
- You have a good command of the English language, both verbally and written.
- You have good social skills and you are a pleasant co-worker who likes to collaborate in a multidisciplinary team of security specialists.
- You are flexible, and you enjoy travelling to customers in Europe, North America, or Asia every now and then.