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Researcher on Secure Enterprise Companion Device (SECD)

Applications for this vacancy closed on 27 July 2015 at 12:00PM
The Department of Computer Science is seeking a full-time researcher to work
on the SECD (Secure Enterprise Companion Device) project, the aim of which is
to develop novel hardware to address the security problems inherent in the
'Bring Your Own Device' scenario common in many businesses today. This project
is a collaboration between the University of Oxford, Nquiringminds Limited,
and Impleo Professional Services Limited, and is led by Professor Andrew
Martin.

You will be responsible for the development of suitable architectures which
meet the requirements and risk profile developed by the project, as well as
prototyping some of the elements of the solution through programming and
integration of pre-existing components, analysing and evaluating the solution
for security and other properties. In collaboration with other team members,
you will write up these findings in project documents, white papers, and
academic publications.

You should have, or shortly be expecting to receive, a PhD in computer science
or related field, together with documented track record of published research,
especially in developing and evaluating distributed systems architecture.
Understanding of ‘trusted computing’ technologies, and experience in
undertaking and making use of security risk analysis are highly desirable.

This post is fixed-term until 30 September 2016.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 27 July 2015. Interviews
are expected to be held on 31 July 2015.

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Department of Computer Science, Wolfson Building, Parks Road, Oxford.
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The Department of Computer Science is seeking a full-time researcher to work on the SECD (Secure Enterprise Companion Device) project, the aim of which is to develop novel hardware to address the security problems inherent in the 'Bring Your Own Device' scenario common in many businesses today. This project is a collaboration between the University of Oxford, Nquiringminds Limited, and Impleo Professional Services Limited, and is led by Professor Andrew Martin.

You will be responsible for the development of suitable architectures which meet the requirements and risk profile developed by the project, as well as prototyping some of the elements ...

The Department of Computer Science is seeking a full-time researcher to work
on the SECD (Secure Enterprise Companion Device) project, the aim of which is
to develop novel hardware to address the security problems inherent in the
'Bring Your Own Device' scenario common in many businesses today. This project
is a collaboration between the University of Oxford, Nquiringminds Limited,
and Impleo Professional Services Limited, and is led by Professor Andrew
Martin.

You will be responsible for the development of suitable architectures which
meet the requirements and risk profile developed by the project, as well as
prototyping some of the elements ...
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