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Technical Specialist III in Southfield, MI at DENSO

Date Posted: 5/25/2018

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Job Description

This position should lead out Product Security promotion within our organization, especially to Design departments. Also lead our Product Security Incident Response Team (P-SIRT) to manage security vulnerabilities. DIAM QE needs to train Engineers on the proper DENSO design principles & methods which result in robust designs for Product Security, and also audit the design process work.   Job Responsibilities:
  • Establish product security implementation procedure to all ECU design department in NA.
  • Establish an early stage control framework, applying design/assess/audit of locally-designed security products
  • Introduce the direction from DNJP-ISPD to region, check progress status of measures and follow-up
  • Promote procedures & activities at DIAM through G-ESC
  • Support the creation of product security methodologies according to product risks
  • Establish & implement process to assess security for locally designed products
  • Lead PSIRT activity for NA, including identifying external vulnerabilities and working with design to confirm/mitigate
  • Create & deliver training on Design Quality principles and related application methods.

Need fundamental computer science knowledge and application skills.
- Programming skill (C, C++, Python)
- Posix OS knowledge (Linux, Unix and so on)
- Tool skill and knowledge (JTAG tool, compiler, static code analyzer and so on)

Additionally, some fundamental security knowledge.
- Crypt algorism (AES, RSA, ECC etc.)
- Security Protocol (SSL/TLS etc.)
- Standard criteria and process
- knowledge for special tool for attacking: NMAP, Metasploit, etc.

Job Requirements


• Bachelors degree in Engineering (Computer Science or EE)
• 2-4 years of experience
• Learning or developing automotive electrical, electronic system components and/or systems, and cyber security
• Design Process knowledge
• Auditing skills