Anti Tamper Engineer

in Orlando, FL

Anti Tamper Engineer Job

Job Description Job Attributes+

  • Job ID


  • Req #


  • Organization


  • Business Unit

    Missiles and Fire Control

  • Department

    RE5360:EE System Security Eng

  • Job Category

    Electrical Engineering

  • Career Area

    E&T and Electrical Engineers

  • Job Location

    Orlando, FL 32819, US

  • Job Type


  • Clearance Level

    Secret with an investigation within 6 years

  • Career Level

    Secret with an investigation within 6 years

  • Schedule

    FLEX9x80A-Friday off in 2nd week w/flex hrs/day

  • Shift


  • Remote


Seeking an Electrical Engineer with Systems Security Experience. Responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of hardware-based solutions for protection of critical missile and aircraft fire control system technology. Responsible for AT Subsystem hardware design, to include power and communications routing, development and maturation of AT features. Generation of Electrical Interface Control Documents (EICDs). Additional hardware documentation, to include drawings, schematics, interface diagrams and requirements. Verification of system design requirements and capabilities. Component and system-level penetration testing and assessment of theoretical reverse-engineering threat vectors and potential countermeasures Assessment of candidate logic-bearing devices for vulnerabilities and potential threat vectors. Participation in component trade studies to select optimal protection solution approaches. Board design and layout and familiarity with qualification and testing. Previous experience in the fields of Cybersecurity and/or Anti-Tamper is greatly desired. Familiarity with the embedded microprocessor design Familiarity with Anti-Tamper architectures, to include AT System design and/or vulnerability assessment. Experience in FPGA and/or ASIC design. Experience defeating physical protection mechanisms, performing and defending against side-channel and fault-injection attacks, and/or reverse-engineering and exploitation of embedded systems hardware and protocols. Experience delivering written / oral presentations to program personnel and customers

Job Qualifications

- Must have good communication and presentation skills
- Must have Bachelors degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education, with 5 years of professional experience; or 3 years of professional experience with a related Masters degree.
- Must have a Secret clearance with investigation within the past 6 years.

Job Skills

- Experience in System Security with broad knowledge of electronic components and devices.
- Electrical or Electronic Engineering experience (such as FPGA design or digital/analog design).
- Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering or related field. Must be proficient with computer tools such as Access.

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