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one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers.

Software Engineer_Cybersecurity


Shanghai, SH, CN, 201814

Req ID 35491

We are looking for a new colleague in R&D Center at our location in Jiading, Shanghai



Your tasks:


  • Lead Cyber Security work in braking SW project successfully, including initiation, planning, execution, monitoring controlling and closure.
  • Take responsibility for Cyber Security in Braking product on-time delivery basing on customer/project milestone.
  • Identify, plan and monitor/control Cyber Security team’s activities in braking product.
  • Plan, coordinate and monitor Cyber Security team’s resource in Braking project.
  • Support Cyber Security requirement clarification.
  • Define and synchronize Cyber Security scope in braking product within ZF internal and customer.
  • Support the issue investigation found by customer or ZF internal departments.


Your profile:


  • Create and maintain the CyS Plan and WPL
  • Plan the CyS activities for an application project and track the development and completion of CyS work products (TARA, TCSC, …)
  • Coordinate Impact Analysis on SubSystem level for security features
  • Represent product security in front of customer
  • Monitor progress and reviews security related items with the Cyber Security Team
  • Create the Cyber Security Assessment Report in preparation for review

Be part of our ZF team and apply now!


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