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Offensive Cyber Researcher at JHU Applied Physics Laboratory (Laurel, MD)

  • Are you passionate about offensive cyber research and technology development?

  • Do you consider yourself an inspiring leader in cyber-physical systems?

  • If so, we are looking for someone like you to join our team at APL. 

About the job

  • As an Offensive Cyber Researcher, you will work to advance new and emerging exploitation techniques into state of the art proof-of-concept capabilities against cyber-physical systems.

  • You will assist teams of reverse engineers and exploit developers in their research and development of creative system exploitation concepts and mitigation solutions.

  • You will hack devices, systems, and their components to gain an understanding of how they work, their security features, and any inherent vulnerabilities.

  • You will develop novel cyber demonstrations to show the possibilities of potential offensive cyber effects and /or defensive cyber mitigation.

  • You will experiment, automate, apply data science analytics to develop groundbreaking tools and techniques.

  • You will communicate your knowledge with peers, working groups, research partners, and customers through talks, papers, and optional conference presentations.

Are you up for the job? We are looking for someone who...

  • Has a current TS/SCI with polygraph security clearance

  • Has a Bachelor’s degree in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, or a related technical field.

  • Has 4+ years of professional experience in the domain.

  • Is technically skilled in using reverse engineering tools, hardware and software debuggers, and developing embedded systems.

  • Understands the internals of any major OS.

  • Has experience reading or writing assembly.

  • Is proficient in C/C++ and at least one scripting language.

  • Understands exploit development techniques.

We are hoping to find someone who…

  • Has a Master's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or electrical engineering.

  • Has 7+ years of related professional experience and prior experience working with government agencies.

  • Is highly skilled in performing vulnerability research with responsible disclosures.

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