Car Hacking Researcher

Full Time
Tel Aviv, Israel
Areas of Interest: Exploitation Analysis, Vulnerability Assessment and Management
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  • Exposing and exploiting new vulnerabilities in car systems
  • Penetration testing of automotive embedded systems
  • Researching of automotive networks and protocols
  • Reverse-engineering of a varied array of platforms (hardcode embedded, WinCE, QNX, Linux and more)
  • Work with top-of-the-line vehicles, both in Israel and abroad


  • Extensive experience in cyber security reverse engineering
  • Experience in exposing and exploiting vulnerabilities
  • An excellent team player, high self learning abilities and a get-things-done attitude


  • Experience with embedded systems
  • Deep knowledge of Linux / QNX / Android systems both user and kernel space
  • Knowledge and experience with cryptographic hardware and libraries


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Argus Cyber Security Ltd.

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

Hacking cars is quickly becoming a reality, creating a new set of cyber security threats.

Argus addresses these issues by providing comprehensive cyber security solutions for automobiles.

Cyber Security, Automotive, Penetration Testing
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Company Industry: Computer & Network Security
Company Type: Privately Held
Company Size: 11 - 50