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Cyber Security Researcher - UK
My client has an opening in their Security Research team for a motivated and pro-active researcher.
Your role will be to conduct research into the products being built and used by their global client base to ensure that they are as secure as possible.
On top of this, my client would love for you to conduct research into new and exciting areas, so that your skills remain relevant and the client remains world leaders in what they do.
What do we need?
We solve complex cyber-security problems on a daily basis and to do that requires an interesting mix of skills. To be successful here and help our clients with their challenges we know you’ll need the following:
A passion for security!
You love computers, you love security and you love hacking things and solving problems. If this wasn’t your job it would be your hobby.
You’re not going to be told what to do all the time. You are capable of figuring out what spending time working is of benefit to the client and our clients and then run with it. With great freedom comes great responsibility and you also seek out guidance from those around you when you need it.
How can we add value to our clients organisations unless we can tell them what we did, how we did it, and how they can fix it? But communication also extends to sharing your knowledge with your colleagues and the wider industry.
We expect you to be great at what you do. More specifically we would like to see at least one, preferably two, of the following:
Vulnerability Research – You can find vulnerabilities in a wide range of hardware and software from either a white or black box perspective, using off the shelf or custom tooling.
Reverse engineering – You know your way round IDA, WinDBG and GDB and are comfortable reverse engineering products to understand how they work and for triaging vulnerabilities.
Scripting / development – You are able to knock up scripts or small applications with ease and can help to develop our in house tooling.
General security knowledge – you can remember the core nmap command line flags without breaking into a sweat and can do SQLi without relying on SQLMap.
Our projects are not run of the mill and we get access to technologies that keep businesses running in order to conduct low level security research. We also support your independent research and are keen to see you give back to the community, whether that is blog posts, conference talks or open source tools. We will also support you with training, whether that is on the job working with an experienced researcher or external training.
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