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Attack Investigations Engineer

25
Jan
2013

Attack Investigations Engineer

Posted: 25 January 2013
Company name: Symantec
Location: Dublin, Ireland, LA, Singapore, Tokyo
United States
Travel: occasionally
Poster represents: employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: full time

Description:
Do you want to help take down cyber criminals? Reverse-engineer the next Stuxnet? Symantec’s Attack Investigations Team is looking for talented individuals to join in their mission to deliver first-class intelligence on cyber attacks. Take the opportunity to join an international team who are passionate and creative in their investigation of cutting-edge cyber attacks.

Responsibilities

Conduct project-based research into cyber attacks, working with internal analysts to produce intelligence on the techniques & motivations which drive today’s attacks. Day-to-day duties include reverse-engineering attacks at network and file level to create a detailed anatomy of campaigns.

Research & prototype new technologies and systems that enhance Symantec’s ability to identify and gather intelligence on notable attacks

Build upon existing monitoring infrastructure to ensure Symantec maintains superior visibility into the threat landscape.


Required skills:
Required

– B.Sc /M.Sc in a computer science-related field, or equivalent industry experience

– Experience in reverse-engineering x86 malware.

– Working knowledge of C/C++ software

– Proficiency in use of IDA, Ollydbg, HIEW or equivalent tools

– Knowledge of both Windows and Unix vulnerabilities

– Familiarity with network-based attack methods & tools

– Scripting experience developing tools (Python preferable)

Desired skills:
– Knowledge of data analysis tools (e.g. Maltego, Splunk)

– Experience using SQL (PostgreSQL a bonus)

– Awareness of digital forensics tools (e.g. Encase, FTK, Volatility) a plus

Contact information:
[email protected]

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