Nvidia is hiring a
Software Security Engineer
We are now looking for a Software Security Engineer. The ERoT firmware team is searching for Security Engineer to develop security firmware/software for the next generation of hardware root of trust and deploy it on NVIDIA DGX server, GPU baseboard, and Tesla boards. You will participate in a focused effort to develop and productize ground-breaking solutions that will be applied on many NVIDIA products. You'll find the work is exciting, fun, and meaningful challenging. We have deadlines, customers, and competitions. We are the leading artificial intelligence computing company and are paving the way with innovations in gaming, visualization, supercomputing and self-driving cars. As a key member of our eRoT Firmware Team, you will be a key leader responsible for the security of our DGX/GPU software stack.
What you'll be doing:
Be involved in the definition, architectural design, and development of security firmware for NVIDIA DGX products with an opportunity to craft its future.
Assist with defining and making sure software development process meeting security standards.
Perform security threat modelling for our software.
Design and/or make recommendations for security solutions that apply to the software to satisfy DGX/GPU server security guidelines and requirements.
What we need to see:
Bachelors or higher in electrical engineering, computer science, or computer engineering (or equivalent experience).
3+ years of experience.
Have software design, development, analysis or equivalent experiences.
Experience in building and implementing secure software. Familiar with DMTF PLDM, MCTP, SPDM standards is a plus.
Background in embedded software development in Linux environment. Background with FreeRTOS. Background with security technologies: Root of Trust, etc.
Experience in threat modeling and modeling attack-vectors.
Background with SBIOS and BMC firmware is a plus. Strong programming skills in Ada/Spark, C/C++, algorithms, and data structures.
Strength being hands-on with development in addition to experience in software security. Deep understanding of computer architecture, operating system fundamentals.
A strong teammate; self-motivated with positive attitude with a motivation to learn, grow and build.
Ways to stand out from the crowd:
A successful candidate should be able to work independently and highly self-motivated. He or she should drive issues with little or no supervision.
A key success for this position is not only a thorough understanding of system architecture, security and software, but also solid grasp of system design, use case requirements and software stacks.
Excellent communication skills, flexible in task assignments and working under pressures are also indispensable for this candidate.
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