Automotive Cybersecurity Test Coordinator*14.09.2022 | Dipendente a tempo pieno |
Automotive Cybersecurity Test Coordinator*
Dipendente a tempo pieno
This will make you grow:
Support, Manage and Coordinate penetration testing activities for multiple automotive control units in different vehicle domains (Infotainment, Body & Comfort, Powertrain and Chassis) defining and controlling the test plan to meet the project milestones
Definition and maintenance of cybersecurity testing requirements, processes and methodologies
Collaboration with internal and external stakeholders (ECU Component Responsible, Cyber Security Vehicle Managers, Tier-1 supplier, Service providers) to collect relevant information required for cybersecurity testing
Coordination of external stakeholders involved in penetration testing activities
Evaluation of results, identification of critical issues and vulnerabilities, assessment of impact levels
Management of project documentation, reports and periodical presentation of test results to different stakeholders.
And this is how you'll take us forward:
You have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in informatics, electronics or IT-related engineering
You have previous project experience in automotive product development process
You have knowledge of EE vehicle architectures, vehicle buses (CAN, LIN, Ethernet, FlexRay, MOST) and automotive technologies in general.
You have experience dealing with complex cross functional environments: must have the ability to take initiative and work in a fast-paced configuration while balancing multiple demands and shifting priorities.
You have full proficiency with English language and strong communication skills to effectively drive recommendations and land priorities across complex organizational boundaries.
You have basic knowledge in Cybersecurity Penetration Testing, preferably on embedded systems, and knowledge of penetration testing processes and tools
You have knowledge of automotive Cybersecurity standards and regulations (ISO 21434, ISO24089, SAE J3061, SAE J3101, UN R155, ISO/AWI 20077-20080, NIST SP800, OSSTMM, OWASP) and Functional Safety standards ISO 26262
You have experience in Cybersecurity projects in automotive or equivalent industrial environments