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Mobile SOC Security Architect
Exciting opportunities for SOC Security architecture Experts in Cambridge, UK, to deliver industry leading mobile chip SOC Security architecture design with a major global multinational ICT solutions provider.
- Responsible for SOC Security architecture, focusing on SOC IP such as CPU/sys Cache/MMU/Bus security analyse
- Research on SOC security architecture and develop new techniques for improving mobile platform's security.
- Work with SoC team and deliver new technology to improve ID authentication and user privacy protection related SOC design security.
Deliver cryptology technology related to mobile phone SOC use case with high efficiency and low power.
- MS/PhD degree in EE/CE/CS or relative field with 5 or more years of ASIC design experience, and more than 3 years of direct experience working with SOC security
- Expertise in state of the art mobile SOC security architecture and Trustzone technology.
- Familiarity with cryptology algorithm such as AES、DES/3DES、SHA、RSA and key management
- Familiarity with software system security framwork.
- Familiarity with SOC IP such as CP/GPU/SYS Cache/MMU
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