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Senior Engineer - Product Cybersecurity

Job Number:  36632
Group:  Magna Electronics
Division:  Magna Electronics Auburn Hills
Job Type:  Permanent/Regular
Location: 

NOVI, MICHIGAN, US, 48377

Magna

 

Job Number: 36632 
Group: Magna Electronics  
Division: Magna Electronics Auburn Hills 
Job Type: Permanent/Regular 
Location: NOVI 

 

Group Description

Magna’s ADAS technologies are shaping an autonomous future and improving lives.

 

Full autonomy is coming. But to create the technology which will bring it into view, you need the desire and ability to adapt complete ADAS systems or modular solutions to any vehicle, for any mobility need.

 

Magna’s electronics solutions connect OEMs to their customers with features that improve their lives. It’s our expertise across the entire vehicle, key strategic partnerships and culture of innovation that allow us to make our industry-leading technologies road-ready. And it is how we’ll continue to build a safer, smarter and more connected mobility experience for all people.

 

Role Summary

The senior product cybersecurity engineer leads the cyber security activities for serial production programs, and provides assistance to the program team in delivering the work products of the security case and in complying with ISO 21434. 

Key Responsibilities

•    Lead cyber security activities in core or application programs in compliance with ISO 21434 and Magna cyber security development process in collaboration with the program manager. These activities include but are not limited to:
o    Lead Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment (TARA) in collaboration with other functional engineers, and lead the team for TARA updates
o    Lead Security Concept development
o    Lead Security Requirement development, Security Requirement review, and work closely with functional engineers to ensure the execution of these requirements
o    Guide software engineers in vulnerability analysis (static code analysis, known vulnerability analysis) and support tracking cyber security implementation issues based on the vulnerability analysis
o    Support verification engineer in security verification test and its vulnerability management
o    Lead fuzz testing activities and related vulnerability management
o    Support penetration testing activities and related vulnerability management
o    Mentor and coach other cybersecurity engineers within the team
•    Provide guidance and support in the incident response team.
o    Support incident response activities as assigned.
o    Support awareness cultivation of incident response in the engineering team 
o    Keep close awareness of cyber security incidents in relative industries and report incident when applicable through the incident response process
•    Provides guidance and support to the program team in the development of their work products per the security case in compliance with ISO 21434. 
•    Supports the Cyber Security Manager in the development of the Security Concept with the customer.
•    Develops and owns the cyber security program plan in collaboration with the program manager. 
•    Provides guidance to the program team in the usage of ME’s cyber security processes, templates, and guidelines as stated in GPEP. Help GPEP process owners in continuous improvement efforts by suggesting constructive feedbacks regarding the processes, templates, and guidelines.
•    Supports the SW tools qualification process in support of the program in collaboration with the quality team. 
•    Provides coaching to the program team in the interpretation of the relevant clauses of ISO 21434; solicits support from the cyber security manager in this area as necessary. 
•    Tracks the program’s cyber security issues and drives for their closure (vulnerability management). 

Key Qualifications/Requirements

•    Knowledge of ISO 21434 is required.
•    Knowledge of UN WP.29 R155 is preferred
•    Experience with cyber security in embedded systems is required, experience in automotive or aerospace industry a plus  
•    Solid background in systems engineering, electrical hardware engineering, or software engineering in the Automotive or Aerospace industry.
•    Strong experience with CAN protocol is required. 
•    Experience with other communication protocols, such as I2C, SPI, or UART, is a plus.
•    Experience with Ethernet is required. Knowledge of common protocols, such as TLS, IPsec, or IEEE 802.1x, is a plus.
•    Experience with standard security protocols in common connectivity such as WiFi, Bluetooth, or USB is a plus.
•    Knowledge of basic cryptography is required.
•    Experience with firewall or Intrusion Detection and Prevention System is a plus.
•    Experience with Linux or QNX operating system security is a plus. 
•    Experience with failure analysis techniques (FMEA, FTA, …) and reliability engineering knowledge a plus. 
•    Comfortable leading work with technical processes.
•    Experience developing technical processes, procedures, guidelines, and templates a plus. 
•    Excellent communication skills; ability to explain technical concepts to other engineers. 
•    Working knowledge in structured engineering approach 
•    Working knowledge in development of portable, reusable and modular solutions in an automotive environment. 
•    Experience in using a disciplined product development process based on ASPICE or CMMi process model. 
•    Experience using configuration management (preferably PTC/MKS), project monitoring and control techniques. 
•    Troubleshooting and debugging skills 
•    Knowledge of structured problem solving (8D) methods and/or techniques
 

Additional Information

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering/ Systems Engineering/ Electrical Engineering/ Computer Science or equivalent (Master’s preferred) 
  • 4-8 years’ relevant product and or technology experience regarding the Responsibility/ Activities (listed above) for automotive electronics serial development projects (mandatory).
     

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