Chip Scan seeks security researchers that are passionate about the development and application of green field cybersecurity defenses to the FPGA industry. An ideal candidate may be a software engineer with security engineering expertise around embedded systems, or an FPGA engineer with strong coding skills interested in toolchains. Expect to become involved in developing tools for securing computer-aided design workflows, learning and applying techniques from data science and machine learning to new areas, and above all, to be a part of defending the next generation of devices. Chip Scan delivers technologies to Department of Defense and commercial customers. The work is always interesting and will involve subject matter such as malware defense to natural language processing.
You will be contributing and participating on a small technical team.
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