Rambus

  • PE,Security Engineering

    Job Locations NL-Rotterdam
    Job ID
    2018-6274
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    The Rambus Security Division (RSD) is dedicated to providing a secure foundation for a connected world. Integrating technologies from Cryptography Research, Bell ID and Ecebs, our innovative solutions span areas including tamper resistance, content and media protection, network security, mobile payment, smart ticketing, and trusted transaction services. Our technologies protect nearly nine billion licensed products annually, providing secure access to data and creating an economy of digital trust between our customers and their customer base. As a premier provider of security solutions, the Rambus Security Division focuses on market sectors that present opportunities for rapid deployment of innovative technologies to meet consumer needs.

     

    Responsibilities

    The successfull candidate will be located in the Netherlands, reporting into the Cryptography Products Group -- Security Architecture Team.

    The team is in charge of security architecture for all new product introductions, threat modelling, security architecture specifications, security analysis, internal security consulting, external security advice and technical pre-sales support. Security Research and innovation are also part of the main mssions of the Security Architecture Team.

    Qualifications

    Systems security architect/expert knowledgeable in:

    -        Software and Server systems

    -        Cloud infrastructures for the IoT (AWS IoT, Azure, ...)

    -        Back-end infrastructures

    -        Secure datacenter

    -        Familiarity with HSMs

    -        CloudHSM or KMS solutions

    -        Cryptographic protocols, TLS, IPSEC, etc.

    -        Key management and key lifecycle

    -        Ability to write specifications and security architecture documents

    -        Hands-on prototyping and experimenting with all of the above

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