Intelligence Software Solutions
We are looking for multiple subject matter experts and decision-makers on intelligence software solutions who can help understand the general needs and solutions so that the solution providers could meet the needs and refine the solutions/products provided. We are not interested in ‘classic’ solutions such as firewall, anti-virus.
Experts should be working in tier 1 companies in one of the following industries: critical infrastructure (energy, telecommunications, transportation), airports, large retailers, large healthcare providers or pharmaceutical manufacturers, and industrial engineering companies (that are subject to great risks if under significant threat).
This is a paid 1-hour phone interview. Kindly respond with a brief answer as to your relevance in the space below:
1. Are you the main and most senior executive responsible for securing your organization from possible threats?
2. Can you provide a high-level perspective of the security/threat detection needs of large corporations subject to security threats?
3. Can ‘sophisticated’ solutions for threat detection and intelligence analytics (not ‘classic’ solutions such as firewalls, anti-virus, etc.) be relevant and help in executing your role & responsibilities?
4. Could you contribute insights regarding enterprise security needs and solutions? (answer questions such as the few examples below)
- are there areas where there are no sufficient solutions for your needs?
- what improvements/features would you like to see in your solution?
- what is important to you when choosing a solution?
**please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information.
***referrals are highly appreciated.
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Embedded Software Development
Embedded software engineer
exp in c++
embedded greenhills rtos – definite plus
s/w integrity exp – os
cold fire ----
s/w analysis tools, ldra,
the contractor will be responsible for embedded sw development in all phases of software product development life-cycle requirements, architecture, design, implementation and verification.
• b.S. In computer engineering, computer science or equivalent.
• minimum 5 years of embedded sw design experience in the following areas: industrial controls, aerospace, communications, or medical devices, etc.
• experienced with coldfire, arm and/or powerpc micro-processor in a c/c++ environment
• experienced with communication protocols such as tcp/ip, udp, rs232/rs422, hdlc
• experienced with embedded green hills integrity rtos.
• experienced with formal sw development, using configuration management tool (such as clearquest, etc.), requirements traceability tool (such as doors, etc.), sw analysis tools (such as klocwork, pc-lint), sw unit test tool (such as vectorcast, etc.).
• experienced in writing formal documentation such as system requirements specification, system architecture specifications, software requirements specification, software design specification, etc.
• good verbal and written communication skills.
• self starter, team player, multi-tasking with good time management skills.
Nice to have:
• experienced in design of high reliability, safety, redundant fail-safe products is a strong plus.
• experienced with industry standards (iec 61508, do-178b, cenelec-50128, etc).
The key requirement for this candidate will be someone with embedded sw development experience in a real time environment. The cenelec and do-178b that we were focusing on previously is more of a nice to hav+8 Other Responses
We are looking to speak to multiple decision-makers / contractors from construction companies and senior staff employees from large, medium, and small construction software companies in the us on market and pricing (annual spend) of office and fieldwork application softwares (ex. Fieldwire, plangrid, jobflex, tsheets, etc.).
This is a 35-40 minutes paid phone consult. Please consider summarizing your relevant experience with short answers to the questions below:
for general contractors:
1. Is you company consist of 50 or more employees?
2. Are you a decision-maker for software for office and fieldwork software? (examples are fieldwire, plangrid, jobflex, tsheets, etc).
3. Are you familiar with the annual spend for these types of applications?
For senior employees of construction application software companies:
1. Are you familiar with the annual spend for large, medium and small construction companies for applications both in the field and in the office?
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