Cyber Security Development Engineer – Automotive, West Midlands £50,000 - circa + Benefits
Unknown Recruitment is looking for a Cyber Security Engineer for our Automotive client in the West Midlands. This is an exciting opportunity either on a permanent or contract basis to join our client’s expanding UK presence responsible for Automotive Cyber Security.
Cyber Security Development Engineer responsibilities:
Responsible for Automotive Cybersecurity; the cross-discipline approach to Vehicle Resilience will allow successful applicants the opportunity to work on the safety, security and connectivity aspects both internally and externally to the vehicle.
Using a systems engineering approach, guide customers on specifying Security and Connectivity requirements including Over the Air (OTA) updates.
Responsible to carry our risk assessment (TARA) on ECU’s and associated functions/features in line with ISO 21434.
Vehicle, System and Component level Requirements Management, decomposition and Specification definition.
Security alignment with customer and supplier management.
Responsible for developing Cyber Resilience concepts on ECU and Vehicle level.
Guide customers on IT and electronic engineering best practices.
Meeting deadlines for deliverables to quality cost and time.
Liaising with local and European technical design / engineering resources for project support.
Coordinate cross-functional reviews for the resolution of technical issues.
Other tasks as assigned by manager.
Cyber Security Development Engineer Requirements:
Relevant degree or similar engineering qualification. Chartership would be beneficial.
Knowledge of vehicle electrical and electronics architecture in particular vehicle networks.
Knowledge of regulations/standards (SAE/ISO) and associated regulatory frameworks such as ISO 21434, SAE 3061 and UNECE WP29.
Knowledge of software signing, secure boot and associated cryptographic techniques.
Familiarity with cyber-security engineering; identifying threat vectors and conducting threat
analysis and risk assessment in conjunction with functional safety engineering team.
Familiarity with authentication, encryption techniques, key management and HSM.
Knowledge of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) environment for certificates and key assignment.
Must be able to capture requirements, write technical specifications, integrate and test.
Knowledge of security techniques defined in ISO 14229 and Autosar (SecOC).
Strong working experience of working in the security function/s and have spent time handling security incidents and security threat management.
Evidence of having worked at multiple stages of the V cycle using systems engineering approach.
Experience in project management and product delivery; experience of software development and releasing would be beneficial.
Experience of working with change management tool such as JIRA, SVN, GIT; ALM and PLM knowledge would be highly beneficial.
You should have excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to translate technical language into clear, accurate terminology that non-technical people will understand.
Able and willing to travel overseas as required by the project or company.
If interested in the role of Cyber Security Development Engineer then please contact Wilson Leung at Unknown Recruitment on +447955496036 or send an up-to-date WORD CV to firstname.lastname@example.org all correspondence and conversations for the role will be treated in the strictest of confidence.