Conduct technical analysis of technical artifacts using reverse engineering and forensics.
Design, architect and implement systems to support cyber investigative activities.
Assist in developing and maintaining malware information sharing platforms (such as MISP).
Prepare technical assessments and operational reports.
Maintain infrastructure onsite or cloud based.
Undergraduate degree in Computer Science or Engineering and four (4) years of recent experience
Technologist diploma and five (5) years of recent experience
Professional technologist equivalency designation and five (5) years of recent experience
College diploma and six (6) years of recent experience
The educational program must be from an accredited learning institution recognized in Canada. If you completed a program outside of Canada you will be required to obtain proof of a Canadian equivalency at your expense from an accredited learning institution recognized in Canada.
Note : Any higher level of education could be recognized as experience.
Candidate must demonstrate experience in all four of the subjects listed below. The number of years of experience must be acquired and demonstrated for each subject.
In addition, experience must have been gained within the last 6 years.
Experience in scripting / automating processing (e.g. Python, PHP, shell) or software development (C / C++)
Experience in IT Security appliances (e.g. VPN, Firewall, IDS, etc.)
Experience with network communication protocols (e.g. DNS, TCP, etc.)
Experience with IT Infrastructure (LAN / WAN, networking)
Experience with threat intelligence platforms such as MISP or similar
Experience in malware signature development (e.g. regex, yara)
Experience in malware analysis, network penetration testing, vulnerability research, or software exploit development
Experience in providing briefings and / or presentations
Ability to learn