Internship as Embedded Security Engineer at ESCRYPT in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

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Internship as Embedded Security Engineer at ESCRYPT in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

Beitrag von ESCRYPT » 30. Jul 2019 19:53

Intern – Security Engineer
Embedded Security at ESCRYPT

ESCRYPT is the embedded security group in ETAS. ESCRYPT is an internationally operating and highly growth- oriented company in the area of embedded security; we support all industries that require a security solution in embedded systems. To strengthen our team in Ann Arbor, Michigan, we are looking for a motivated student for a security engineer position.

The ETAS Group is a subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH. Our product range includes development and diagnostic tools covering the entire lifecycle of Electronic Control Units (ECU).The ETAS Group provides comprehensive and integrated tools and tool solutions for the development and service of automotive ECUs. The ETAS Group maintains offices in 14 locations around the globe. By choice, we are committed to a diverse workforce – EOE/Protected Veteran/Disabled.

Your responsibilities:

Responsible to support Embedded Security related topics:
• Development of fuzzing protocol and testing tool
• Assisting and creating Technical Risk Assessments
• Penetration testing on embedded devices
• Creation of test case specifications
• Implementation and monitor automated test cases
• Developing security concepts and training material
• Supporting sales activity, developing demos

Your competencies and qualifications:

• Enrolled in an Accredited BS/MS University program in a computer related field. (Information Security, Information Technology, Electrical/Computer Engineering, or Computer Science)
• Experience in software development (Python, C, and Java)
• Must possess excellent problem solving, oral and written communication skills, and be a team player

Duration: 8-12 month

Contact and inquiries:
John McShane,

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