Software student—SOC security group

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Spark your imagination through the power of technology

At Sony Semiconductor IL (formerly known as Altair Semiconductor), we believe in pioneering the future through the power of creativity.  We strive to bring innovation to the cellular IoT technology that drives our vision of the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as to Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques that help people around the world unleash their imagination and creativity.

In 2016, Altair became an integral part of SONY Corporation, creating a company culture that combines the Sony legacy, values, and technology with our own vision and market leadership in the field of cellular IoT and AI.

Believe that anything you can imagine, you can make real. Your journey starts with us.

Software student—SOC security group

We’re looking for a student to join an awesome team working on multidisciplinary design, development, verification, and integration of security for IoT cellular devices.

Job description

In this role, you’ll build and improve the development infrastructure of integrated embedded software for secured IoT products in different layers. Your main focus will be on the security of IOT devices including HW elements, SW running on the device, and PC tools that work with the device. You’ll work with embedded software integration and tests and analysis of the security product to ensure that it conforms to specifications and requirements.

We work on the SSI chipset platform, designed especially for the IoT market, because it’s highly integrated and consumes extremely low power. The code and security you’ll analyze will drive new and exciting products for the IoT era!

Requirements

  • Security state of mind – ability to think through corner cases and negative conditions
  • Out-of-the-box thinking
  • Good oral and written communications skills 
  • Team player, motivated, and a top performer
  • Computer science/computer engineering/electrical engineering student, with excellent grades and at least 2-3 semesters remaining in your degree program
  • Experience in SW development using Python/C programming – an advantage