As a Cryptologic Computer Scientist, you will design, develop, deliver and operate solutions to hard cryptologic computer science problems within a scientific framework. The solutions may arise in the forms of forensics and attack attribution, protection of critical networks, active systems warnings and indicator, active penetration into target systems, knowledge discovery of passive and active systems, or other cryptologic computer science mission support.
Required Education and Experience:
- Active TS/SCI with polygraph
- Bachelor’s degree with 8 years of relevant experience, master’s degree with 6 years of relevant experience, or doctoral degree with 4 years of relevant experience
- Degree must be in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, math, or a related field with at least one programming and at least four upper-level math classes
- Relevant experience must be in a computer science area (i.e. theoretical or applied), simulation/model development, designing/developing/using/evaluating mathematic models, methods, and/or techniques (e.g. algorithm or development) computation science, algorithm analysis and design, reverse engineering, and/or designing/developing computer and information systems, including engineering hardware and/or software.