Continental He[a]t - Specialist, Automotive Cybersecurity in Singapore, Singapore
He[a]t - Specialist, Automotive Cybersecurity
Supporting Continental’s Business Units by protecting our products, mainly Automotive Electronic Control Units, robust against cybersecurity attacks
Conducting Threat Analyses & Risk Assessments, designing Security Architectures, following Secure Coding Guidelines, performing security assessments
Introducing innovative automotive technologies, e.g. High-Performance Computers (HPC), Secure Boot based on HW Security Modules, Secure In-Vehicle Communication, Secure over the Air Updates (SOTA), and Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PET)
Support regulations compliance with worldwide automotive cybersecurity and data privacy requirements such as UN Regulation No 155, ISO/SAE 21434, EU GDPR, CCPA, and Chinese Crypto Legislation
Understand customer requirements. Coordinate technical functional specifications based on the customer specifications and internal documents to clearly and concisely capture the product requirements.
Min Degree in computer science, electrical engineering, mathematics, with a deep focus on security/cryptography, or a comparable qualification
One of experience in Automotive Security, In-Vehicle-Networks, Secure SW Engineering, HW Security, Embedded Security, Wireless/Mobile Security, Cloud Security, Security Testing, Capture the Flag, and other related fields is preferred
Knowledge of Security Risk Analysis methods (e.g. STRIDE)
Knowledge of Autonomous Driving, Smart Cities and Mobility Services & Infrastrctures
Good & open communication
Mobility to collaborate creatively in international teams
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Continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Founded in 1871, the technology company offers safe, efficient, intelligent, and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, traffic and transportation. In 2019, Continental generated sales of €44.5 billion and currently employs more than 230,000 people in 59 countries and markets.
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