As a Security Researcher you will be engaged in secure design, development and operation of Intel software products and services. You will be responsible for leading Secure Development Lifecycle SDL processes for projects, which embraces threat modeling, design of security components, vulnerability assessment, risk analysis the list of actions is not exhaustive. You will ensure products conform to security standards and specifications, develop solutions to problems utilizing formal education, judgment and formal process. You will maintain substantial knowledge of state-of-the-art security principles, theories and attacks, and contribute to literature and conferences. You will have opportunity to demonstrate thorough knowledge of security practices, procedures and capabilities required to perform non-repetitive, analytical work.
Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
- Developing comprehensive threat models, security test plans, vulnerability assessment during all phases of the product development cycle architecture, design, implementation and penetration testing, and devising and implementing creative ways to attack these vulnerabilities and drive for resolution
- Maintaining and enhancing the validation infrastructure by creating new tools to support the validation
- Working in a very team-oriented environment and interacting with the supported team - Planning & performing internal penetration tests
- Supervise external penetration tests analysis of the results, vendor selection, etc.
- Must have an MS or PhD in Computer Sciences
- Minimum 3yr experience with software architecture, design and implementation
- Minimum 1yr experience with security technologies, e.g. knowledge of authentication schemes, PKI, cryptography, security vulnerabilities and attack profiles
- Minimum 1yr experience with software testing
- Knowledge of security technologies, e.g. authentication, cryptography, secure protocols, security vulnerabilities and attack profiles.
- Be familiarized with the knowledge presented in the following Coursera trainings: Cryptography I, Cryptography II and Computer Security
- Being able to ramp-up in new technological domains very quickly
- Strong oral and written communication skills Polish and English with demonstrated attention to detail and results orientation
- Willing take on responsibilities related to security of projects.
- Being able to work in conditions with tight deadlines
- Being able to switch between contexts e.g. leading secure development lifecycle activities for at least two projectsInside this Business Group
The Intel Software and Services Group (SSG) connects Intel to the worldwide software community. SSG strives to bring competitive advantage to Intel platforms by helping independent software vendors, operating system developers, OEMs, channel members and systems integrators deliver exceptional customer value and achieve differentiation on Intel® processor technologies. SSG provides global leadership to the software community through its technical expertise, industry enabling activities, and developer products and programs.