Location: Harwell, Oxfordshire
Responsible to: Head of Communication Systems Engineering
Working Hours: 5-7 days between June – September 2017 (flexible)
Equal Opportunities: The Satellite Application Catapult strives to be an equal opportunities employer and commitment to this process will be expected.
The Satellite Applications Catapult is an independent technology and innovation company whose purpose is to promote, develop and facilitate the commercialisation and advancement of the satellite applications industry. The company is a not for profit Research Organisation, with a commercial trading subsidiary. The organisation embraces an open and innovative culture, encouraging an ethos of knowledge exchange and sector engagement, and has quickly become a world class centre of facilities and expertise.
We’re one of ten Catapults established and overseen by Innovate UK. They are places where the best of the UK’s innovative businesses and researchers work together to bring new products and services more quickly to commercialisation. Focusing on areas with great market potential, Catapults will open up global opportunities for the UK and generate economic growth for the future.
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We are looking for a security expert on a contract basis (5-7 days worth of work between June – September 2017) to contribute to the Security and Integrity of the eCall data and transmission subactivity of I_HeERO project.
The main goal of this sub-activity is to identify the weaknesses of the eCall system (E2E) which is comprised of the IVS and its associated sensors (vehicle domain), the communications link and the PSAP domain.
The identified vulnerabilities, that can lead to malicious and accidental attacks, will be categorised based on the potential impact on the eCall service and the PSAP domain. Final deliverable is the development of a reference security report on the eCall chain (including a security risk assesement and mitigation plan).
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