Security and Privacy Engineer
The Project Security and Privacy Engineer (PSPE) performs inductive and deductive Security and Privacy analyses on functional or technical architecture level and below. The role cares for the correct usage of the Security and Privacy analysis and implementation methods. The Security and Privacy Analyst also prepares reports for the Technical Project Leader, giving a statement about the risks for security and privacy. The Security and Privacy Analyst closely works together with the System Architect and EE and SW architects to achieve a common understanding within the development team.
Perform/Update Security and Privacy Threat Analysis, Risk Assessment and Risk Treatment in collaboration with the System Architect
Creates a Functional Security Concept and Analyze change requests with respect to impact on security and privacy
Leads all the security & privacy development activities of a project. This includes the planning of security & privacy deliverables, ensuring the development of the security & privacy features following the defined process guidelines. The PSPM acts as the interface of the project to the BU, project team and customer for all security aspects.
Ensures the quality of the security & privacy deliverables using thorough reviews, testing, and assessments. The PSPM is also responsible for proper work package allocation, tracking, and the communication of project status related to security & privacy.
Responsible for creation & review of the Security & Privacy Development Interface Agreement (DIA).
Develops the Threat Analysis & Risk Assessment (TARA) results and the security & privacy concepts for usage within the project
Bachelor's Degree in an engineering discipline such as electrical, computer, mechatronic or software engineering.
2+ years of automotive systems engineering development experience of electronic control units or equivalent embedded system design experience.
2+ years of experience developing requirements or security concepts, security analysis or security software.
Experience or knowledge of embedded system design practices and solutions.
Experience or knowledge of systems and/or software requirements best practices.
Demonstratable knowledge of project management concepts.
Desirable experience/knowledge of ISO/SAE-21434.
Good communication, presentation skills and able to work in global cross-functional team environment.
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