CAREERS

JOB OPENINGS

CENSUS provides an exciting work environment for both IT Security Researchers and ICT Engineers. If you are interested in any of the following job positions please send an email to the appropriate address with a short personal statement and a comprehensive CV (in PDF format). It is very important for us to see a detailed list of technical skills (e.g. reverse engineering skills, debugging skills etc.) and past experience in technical or other projects.


Embedded Security Engineer

CENSUS is seeking talented Embedded Security Engineers to join our Athens-based team.

Remote working as well as on-site working options are offered for the role. Please note that some projects may require on-site presence at client premises or CENSUS offices.

You will have the opportunity to work on a variety of security assessment projects, covering both hardware and systems-level software aspects of customer products. The projects typically involve black-box / white-box assessments and security consulting on experimental and production-grade devices, including platform components such as Android system components.

Requirements

  • Previous work experience in software security assessment projects (or holder of an IT Security postgraduate diploma, or related certification)
  • Good understanding of embedded systems architecture concepts
  • Good understanding of systems-level concepts
  • Basic understanding of cryptographic primitives
  • Basic reverse engineering skills
  • Familiarity with security assessment processes (vulnerability identification, documentation, impact analysis and presentation)
  • Code auditing skills for the following programming languages: C/C++
  • Familiarity with hardware or systems debugging techniques
  • Ability to travel
  • Fluent in English
  • Good communication skills

Contact Information

Please send your CV and personal statement to cfese2022a [at] census-labs.com


Vulnerability Researcher

CENSUS is seeking a talented Vulnerability Researcher to join our Thessaloniki team.

Remote working as well as on-site working options are offered for the role. Remote working is applicable only for EU and UK residents.

You will have the opportunity to work in projects involving the discovery and documentation of software vulnerabilities, utilizing code auditing, reverse engineering, and security testing methodologies.

Projects cover a variety of platforms, including specialized devices, desktop applications, and mobile apps. The development of proof-of-concept exploit code will be often required.

Requirements
  • Reverse engineering skills (x86-64 and/or AArch64 architectures), and experience with relevant tools (IDA and/or Ghidra)
  • Experience with debugging (lldb, gdb, and/or windbg), preferably both for userland and kernel software
  • Code Auditing skills
  • Good software security assessment skills (vulnerability identification, documentation, impact analysis, and presentation)
  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills
  • Fluent in English
  • Good communication skills
Contact Information

Please send your CV and personal statement to cfvr2022a [at] census-labs.com


Application Security Engineer

CENSUS is seeking talented Application Security Engineers to join our USA, UK and Greece based teams.

Remote working as well as on-site working options are offered for the role. Please note that some projects may require on-site presence at client premises or CENSUS offices.

You will have the opportunity to work in a variety of security assessment projects for software developed for different platforms, including web applications, desktop applications and mobile apps. The projects will entail code auditing and application security testing, as well as threat modeling and security consulting.

Requirements

  • Previous work experience in software security assessment projects (or holder of an IT Security postgraduate diploma, or related certification)
  • Web Application Security Testing skills
  • Code Auditing skills for the following programming languages: Java, C/C++
  • Good software security assessment skills (vulnerability identification, documentation, impact analysis and presentation)
  • Good understanding of cryptographic primitives
  • Basic understanding of systems-level concepts
  • Basic reverse engineering skills
  • Ability to travel
  • Fluent in English
  • Good communication skills

Contact Information

Please send your CV and personal statement to cfase2022a [at] census-labs.com


Junior IT Security Professional Internship

CENSUS continues its successful paid internship program, allowing interns to build up skills and gain experience in the following Security Assessment fields:

  • Penetration Testing
  • Source Code Auditing
  • Mobile Application Testing
  • Web Application Testing

The intern will work with our Athens team. Remote working as well as on-site working options are offered for the internship. Remote working is applicable only for EU and UK residents.

The internship typically runs for a four-month term, and the terms are: January to April, May to August and September to December. There is some flexibility regarding the start date and internship period should the aforementioned terms not suit a candidate.

Useful dates:

  • Term A: January → April
    • Call for internships runs till October 21st
    • Interviews (and technical quals) are completed by November 15th
    • Candidates are notified by November 22nd
  • Term B: May → August
    • Call for internships runs till February 21st
    • Interviews (and technical quals) are completed by March 15th
    • Candidates are notified by March 22nd
  • Term C: September → December
    • Call for internships runs till June 21st
    • Interviews (and technical quals) are completed by July 15th
    • Candidates are notified by July 22nd

Requirements
  • Background knowledge in software security (Academic or Professional)
  • Application debugging skills
  • C and Python development skills
  • x86 or x86_64 Assembly skills
  • Good understanding of at least two operating systems (Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, Android, MacOS or iOS)
  • Systems programming skills
  • Good understanding of networking and TCP/IP concepts
Also, any of the following (not strictly required) skills will be considered a plus:
  • Reverse engineering skills
  • Vulnerability research skills
  • Code auditing skills
  • Experience in exploit development
  • Familiarity with Ruby, Visual Basic, C#, or C++ development
  • Familiarity with ARM or MIPS Assembly
  • Familiarity with the Metasploit Framework
  • Familiarity with IDA Pro
  • Hardware debugging skills
  • Web application testing skills
  • Mobile application testing skills
  • Penetration testing skills
  • Systems administration skills
  • Experience in Fuzz Testing

Candidates that successfully complete the internship program are offered a full time position with CENSUS.

Contact Information

Please send your CV and personal statement to cfin2022a [at] census-labs.com


Junior Vulnerability Researcher Internship

CENSUS continues its successful paid internship program, allowing interns to build up skills and gain experience in the area of Vulnerability Research.

The intern will work with our Thessaloniki team. Remote working as well as on-site working options are offered for the internship. Remote working is applicable only for EU and UK residents.

The internship typically runs for a four-month term, and the terms are: January to April, May to August and September to December. There is some flexibility regarding the start date and internship period should the aforementioned terms not suit a candidate.

Useful dates:

  • Term A: January → April
    • Call for internships runs till October 21st
    • Interviews (and technical quals) are completed by November 15th
    • Candidates are notified by November 22nd
  • Term B: May → August
    • Call for internships runs till February 21st
    • Interviews (and technical quals) are completed by March 15th
    • Candidates are notified by March 22nd
  • Term C: September → December
    • Call for internships runs till June 21st
    • Interviews (and technical quals) are completed by July 15th
    • Candidates are notified by July 22nd

Requirements
  • Background knowledge in software security (Academic or Professional)
  • Application debugging skills
  • C and Python development skills
  • x86 or x86_64 Assembly skills
  • Good understanding of at least two operating systems (Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, Android, MacOS or iOS)
  • Systems programming skills
  • Good understanding of networking and TCP/IP concepts
Also, any of the following (not strictly required) skills will be considered a plus:
  • Reverse engineering
  • Code auditing
  • Familiarity with IDA Pro or Ghidra

Candidates that have successfully finished the internship are offered a full time position with CENSUS.

Contact Information

Please send your CV and personal statement to cfin2022b [at] census-labs.com