Essential duties and responsibilities:
Conduct offensive and defensive research on embedded hardware and software.
Perform system security analysis on systems and/or software to understand and identify vulnerabilities.
Reverse engineering of binary applications, protocols and formats.
Design and development of software applications.
Document and communicate technical research results effectively to technical and non-technical user groups.
Required skills and qualifications:
Active Top Secret Security Clearance.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Electrical Engineering.
Proficient in C, Python and x86/x64 assembly.
Knowledge of Windows and Linux System API and ABI.
Experience with hardware and software reverse engineering.
Understanding of static and dynamic software analysis tools and techniques.
Experience with reverse engineering tools, including IDA Pro and Wireshark.
Experience with reverse engineering RF communication systems and protocols.
Exceptional analytical skills and problem solving skills.
Good organization, decision making, and verbal and written communication skills.
High level of self-initiative and self-motivation with the ability to work under minimal supervision.
Ability to work effectively in small team settings to solve complex problems.
Shift: 1st shift Monday-Friday
Pay: Salary dependent on experience
Location: Can live in Denver, CO; Monterey, CA; Tucson, AZ; San Antonio, TX; Cincinnati, OH; or Fairfax/Alexandria, VA.