Cyber Security Researcher

Company Name:
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions is a fast growing company that provides organizations with a robust, comprehensive portfolio of products,
, and expertise to combat today's sophisticated advanced threats and prevent data breaches. Our commercial enterprise and government customers around the globe can face advanced threats with confidence within our Network Defense and Forensics Services, delivered by an elite team of security professionals with decades of hands-on experience, and our award-winning Fidelis XPS(TM) Advanced Threat Defense Products, which provide visibility and control over the entire threat life cycle.
General Dynamics is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that is committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce.
The Security Researcher will study threats to online security and produce a stream of timely threat intelligence, maximizing the threat mitigation effectiveness of Fidelis XPS network security appliances deployed at customer locations worldwide.
Study and document both known and emerging threats for internal and external audiences.
Advise customers on effective threat mitigation techniques.
Translate understanding of both specific threats and broad
of threats into the Fidelis XPS Threat Mitigation Language for automated delivery to customer devices.
Make technical product recommendations as appropriate.
Present at seminars, panels and conferences as appropriate.
Passionate about online security.
6+ years of network security, malware analysis, incident response or related experience.
Malware ninja. Payloads. Packers. Reversing. Fuzzers. XOR. Droppers. Shellcode. Botnets. Sploitz.
Networking ninja. TCP/IP. Honeynets. Packet/protocol/session analysis. Snort.
Scripting ninja. Perl. Python. JavaScript.
Proficiency with Unix/Linux. GUI? Feh.
Curious about stuff. Creative/tenacious/lateral-thinking problem solver.
Solid written and verbal communication skills.
MS/BS in
Science, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering or related field preferred.
Date: 2014-03-13
Country: US
State: MD
City: Bethesda
Postal Code: 20814
Category: Research and Development

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