Join a dynamic team of motivated individuals with deep collective experience throughout digital forensics, incident response, investigation, operations, and academic research.
We seek individuals with strong interest in understanding and resolving technical challenges in the national security space. Our group focuses on applied research into the functionality of emerging and already ubiquitous technologies at all constituent logical layers, from component-level aspects through system and software implementation to communication protocols. Concurrent with achieving this understanding, we examine the variation between expected and actual functionality that results from real-world implementation. Finally, in support of stakeholders throughout the US Government, we reason about and advise on the implications of our findings.
Qualified individuals will have a strong aptitude to reformulate open questions; devise creative solutions; deliver concise, rigorous prototype implementations; and clearly articulate this process in discussions, presentations, and formal reports. Recent examples of our work have included novel approaches to analyzing network traffic, reasoning about automated imaging analysis, and software implementation of novel file and format extraction techniques.
BS in Computer Science or related quantitative discipline (Consideration will be given to non-technical degrees if commensurate experience is demonstrated.)
Willingness to occasionally travel to customer sites, conferences, and offsite meetings.(10%)
You will be subject to a background investigation and must be eligible to obtain and maintain a Department of Defense security clearance
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Deep technical knowledge of and experience with fundamental
Internet protocols and functionality
Systems-level programming experience
Strong experience with UNIX/Linux
Familiarity with current hardware and software vulnerabilities and mitigations
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