Car Hacker - Protocol Researcher

Full Time
Tel Aviv, Israel
Areas of Interest: Exploitation Analysis, Test and Evaluation, Vulnerability Assessment and Management
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  • Research and analysis of automotive networks and protocols
  • Develop anomaly detection concepts and algorithms
  • Penetration testing of automotive networks and protocols
  • Risk analysis of complex automotive systems
  • Work with new top-of-the-line vehicles, both in Israel and abroad


  • At least two years of experience in protocol research
  • University B.Sc with excellence or equivalent technological military service
  • Out of the box thinking style and ability to analyze complex systems
  • Ability to analyze complex systems without a full specification
  • An excellent team player, high self-learning abilities and a get-things-done attitude 


  • Experience in cyber security
  • Experience in machine learning
  • Experience with embedded and automotive systems


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As modern vehicles become more sophisticated, the more vulnerable they become to cyber attacks.

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