Three exciting job openings in security usability

We are looking for three more people to join the Cambridge security group. Two job adverts, intended for postgrads or postdocs, are already out now. A third one, specifically aimed at a final year undergraduate or master student, strong on programming but with no significant work experience, is currently making its way through the HR pipeline and should appear soon. Please pass this on to anyone potentially interested.

With the Pico project (see website for videos, papers and more) we wish to liberate humanity from the usability and security problems of passwords. We are looking for a UX designer to help us in our quest to produce a user-centred, effective and pleasant to use solution and for two software engineers with a security mindset to help us build it and make it robust against attacks. Would you like to join us and contribute to eliminating the annoyance and frustration of passwords from the daily experience of billions of computer users?
  1. User experience (UX) designer
    Research Associate or Assistant (with/without PhD)
    Start date: ASAP
    Details and link to application form: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/9244/
  2. Senior software engineer / software engineer
    Research Associate or Assistant (with/without PhD)
    Start date: ASAP
    Details and link to application form: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/9245/
  3. Software engineer
    Research assistant (having just completed a bachelor or master in CS/EE)
    Start date: June 2016
    Watch this space: the ad should go live within a week or so
    https://www.mypico.org/jobs/

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