We are looking for a highly motivated analyst specializing in security monitoring, forensics or incident response to defend Tesla’s information, infrastructure and products.
Other car companies have talked for years about a future of “connected cars.” At Tesla, we make it happen. We regularly send over-the-air software updates to our Model S and Model X fleet, seamlessly delivering new features and improvements to our customers. Our mobile applications allow customers to interact with their cars via real-time, low-latency two-way communication. We also build tools for our internal sales, delivery, and service teams. Today we remotely identify potential vehicle issues before a customer does—and often fix problems remotely too. To this end information and product security is of the utmost importance.
As an Information Security Analyst you will be expected to be skilled at detecting, investigating and responding to security threats and attacks. You will have ultimate responsibility to defend Tesla against attack and will participate in the development, deployment and analysis of new detection methods and goals.
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