Research Scientist (Advanced Research Concepts)

Assured Information Security, Inc Denver , CO 80208

Posted 3 weeks ago

AIS is in search of a (remote) researcher to support and lead innovative cyber security, machine learning, and behavioral science efforts as part of the Advanced Research Concepts (ARC) group. ARC team focuses on research into next-generation cyber operations technology, primarily through the application of novel machine learning and behavioral science techniques. All team members are encouraged to contribute new ideas and concepts towards both internal and external research and development.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Research and develop statistical models to represent and automate cyber operations

  • Design and develop software tools covering a broad spectrum of cyber security technologies

  • Participate in projects that combine many different programming languages including C, Python, HTML and Java on Linux and Windows systems

  • Support research proposals, publications, and customer demonstrations

  • Mentor and guide junior scientists and engineers

Required Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering or related discipline and a minimum 5 years experience or equivalent combination of education and experience;

  • or Master's Degree with 3 years of work or research experience

  • or PhD with 1 years of work or research experience

  • Proficient in Python, R, or MATLAB

  • Strong understanding of probability, statistics, and linear algebra

  • Ability to obtain/maintain a DoD TS clearance

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Research Scientist (Advanced Research Concepts)

Assured Information Security, Inc