Job Description Interact with USG program offices and weapon and sensor system manufacturers in technical interchange meetings and Program reviews to achieve a technically acceptable Anti-Tamper implementation. Analyze and conduct vulnerability analysis of system level implementations and architectures, and review Anti-Tamper plans, to provide technical written feedback and evaluations. Evaluate protection methodologies and devices used to prevent exploitation of US system technology. Participate in verification testing of anti-tamper protection implementations. Produce test reports on protected systems of interest. Develop/apply skills in circumventing AT protection techniques.
Engineer with 8-15 years of systems integration/systems level engineering experience with DOD weapons or sensor systems, to include electronic design, analysis or system test or system integration.
Familiar with electronic components found in modern systems, to include Integrated Circuit, FPGAs and ASIC technologies.
Good analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Good verbal communication skills, comfortable interacting with technical peers and the ability to work as part of a team required.
Proficient technical writing skills and the ability to produce reports and presentations.
Knowledgeable of protection features and devices, system development processes, or system level testing a plus.
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