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Qualcomm seeks Firmware Security Researcher

I’m going to try and start to post the occasional relevant interesting job postings for security researchers or developers. I will try to use ‘job-posting” for the tag for all of them. If you think it’s a bad idea for this blog, or if you get the job based on this blog, leave a Comment. 😉

[…]Qualcomm Hardware Security team is looking for a Firmware Security Researcher to help drive security efforts in our System-On-Chip (SOC) solutions. In this role, the Firmware Security Researcher will work closely with the Hardware Design Team, Hardware Verification team, and the Software team to help find vulnerabilities in our products. This role entails using best practices to evaluate, asses, and report vulnerabilities in QUALCOMM products. A systematic approach to vulnerability discovery is essential. Knowledge gained will leverage into new security mitigations for our SOC solutions used in a wide range of products, including mobile devices, IOT, automotive, consumer networking gear, wearables, and embedded medical devices. As a firmware security researcher, it is essential that the candidate be able to develop proof-of-concepts to demonstrate the impact of the vulnerabilities that are discovered, to enable proper prioritization and communication of issues to internal teams and external customers. Communication skills are highly valued as the role will entail cross-department coordination with the various groups involved in Cybersecurity initiatives, and possibly presenting findings at security conferences.[…]

https://jobs.qualcomm.com/public/jobDetails.xhtml?requisitionId=1950936

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