MIT Lincoln Laboratory Data Science Researcher in Lexington, Massachusetts
What do we do in our Cyber-Physical Systems Group?
The Cyber-Physical Systems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory supports US national security objectives by understanding the cybersecurity implications of physical access/effects to computing systems and by leveraging that understanding for the benefit of the US DoD, intelligence community, and law enforcement agencies. To that end, the group studies the way in which IoT devices, critical infrastructure, and national mission sensor and communication systems interact with the physical world throughout their lifecycles. Of particular interest is exploring ways in which computing systems expose cyber vulnerabilities through both intended interfaces (receivers and transmitters) as well as unintended interfaces (incidental coupling and unintended RF emissions).
Data Science Researcher
In this role, you will researching and developing innovative algorithms and analytic approaches to identify interesting or anomalous cyber activity, and developing prototype analytics capabilities using our extensive data catalog. Several operational network environments, complete with a range of over 60 real-time network and host data feeds, will be the basis for this work. Additional tasks could include interaction with cyber analysts to understand analytic needs and tasks, and to validate the utility, efficiency, and efficacy of analytic work.
Ph.D in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or another related discipline with experience in a combination of. In lieu of a Ph.D, a MS, and 3+ years of directly related experience will be considered.
-Experience with machine learning, statistical modeling, user behavior modeling or data mining is required
-Experience with programming languages such as Python, Java, or R is required
-Experience working with big data processing technologies such as Spark, Hadoop, Mesos is required
-Experience with networking protocols, network security, network analysis and/or host forensics is desirable
-Experience with human-computer interaction, visualization, or user interface development is desirable
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MIT Lincoln Laboratory is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status, or genetic information; U.S. citizenship is required.
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