ENCS is looking for someone with a background in embedded software or hardware development who wants to move into the field of security.
In the development of the smart grid, millions of devices are being installed to monitor and control the electricity distribution grid: smart meters are installed in homes, remote terminal units (RTUs) in substations, electric vehicle charging poles in cities and along roads… It’s crucial for the reliable delivery of electricity that all these components are secure.
Junior Embedded Security testers evaluate if devices installed in the grid are secure. This work consists of two activities:
For the role of Junior Embedded Security Tester, we’re looking for someone with the following skills:
When infrastructure is critical, so is its security. With an ever more connected electricity grid, cyber security challenges are multiplying every day and demand a new way of thinking from security professionals.
Founded in 2012, the European Network for Cyber security (ENCS) is an independent, non-profit organisation dedicated to enhancing the security of critical energy infrastructures across Europe. Using our network in academia, government and business, we provide cyber security solutions and counsel to utilities and regulators.
By joining ENCS you’ll be part of a small, international team of industry experts making a real difference to critical infrastructure cyber security developments in Europe. You’ll work across Europe from our offices in The Hague, giving you the chance to: