Amazon Web Services is looking for world class scientists to join the Security Analytics and AI Research group within AWS Security Services. This team is entrusted with researching and developing core data mining and machine learning algorithms for various AWS security services like GuardDuty (https://aws.amazon.com/guardduty/) and Macie (https://aws.amazon.com/macie/). On this team, you will invent and implement innovative solutions for never-before-solved problems. If you have a passion for security and experience with large scale machine learning problems, this will be an exciting opportunity.
The AWS Security Services team builds technologies that help customers strengthen their security posture and better meet security requirements in the AWS Cloud. The team interacts with security researchers to codify our own learnings and best practices and make them available for customers. We are building massively scalable and globally distributed security systems to power next generation services.
* Rapidly design, prototype and test many possible hypotheses in a high-ambiguity environment, making use of both quantitative and business judgment
* Collaborate with software engineering teams to integrate successful experiments into large scale, highly complex production services
* Report results in a scientifically rigorous way
* Interact with security engineers and related domain experts to dive deep into the types of challenges that we need innovative solutions for
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* PhD in Computer Science, Machine Learning, Operational Research, Statistics or a related quantitative field
* 1+ years experience in predictive modeling and analysis (can be from an internship, college and/or work experience
* Prior experience coding with at least one of the following: Java, C++, or other programming language, as well as with R, MATLAB, Python or similar scripting language
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Posting ID: 588671732Posted: 2021-01-16