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  • We may then invite you to submit a video interview for the review of the hiring manager. This video interview is often followed by a test or short project that allows us to determine whether you will be a good fit for the team.
  • At this point, we will invite you to interview with our hiring manager and/or the interview team. Please note: We do not conduct interviews via text message, Telegram, etc. and we never hire anyone into our organization without having met you face-to-face (or via Zoom). You will be invited to come to a live meeting or Zoom, where you will meet our INFUSE team.
  • From there on, it’s decision time! If you are still excited to join INFUSE and we like you as much, we will have a conversation about your offer. We do not make offers without giving you the opportunity to speak with us live. After all, we consider our team members our family, and we want you to feel comfortable and welcomed.


FortifyIQ is an exciting cyber security start-up company based in the US, founded 4 years ago by a successful entrepreneur. The FortifyIQ team has vast knowledge about software and hardware development, cryptography algorithms, semiconductors, and cutting-edge hardware hacking methods.

At FortifyIQ, our mission is to advance maximum security against side-channel attacks across the entire computing spectrum. We accomplish this by offering pre-silicon evaluation tools built to test hardware designs against Differential Power Analysis and Fault Injection attacks, and by providing side-channel attack-resistant IP cores.

We offer a suite of software tools for chip designers and system integrators, allowing them to select ICs and design their own side-channel attack-resistant cryptographic IP cores—all without having to produce chips in silicon, or as FPGAs. 

And now, we’re on the lookout for an HW Verification Engineer to join our team!


  • B.Sc. or M.Sc. in Electrical or Computer Engineering/Computer Science.
  • 5+ years of pre-silicon verification experience.
  • In-depth UVM, VMM and SystemVerilog expertise. 
  • Expected to have a deep understanding and proven experience in advanced verification processes—including dynamic, coverage-based and formal methods.
  • Knowledge of formal hardware acceleration.
  • SystemVerilog Assertion experience. 
  • Python experience. 


  • Develop a verification environment, test plans, tools, benches, monitors, and high-coverage stimulus vectors.
  • Apply advanced techniques to achieve verification with the highest quality, productivity, and time-to-market.
  • Work closely with the design team to ensure the timely delivery of quality designs.

Personal skills:

  • Innovative
  • Committed
  • Team player with a proactive attitude
  • Self-learning, curious, and motivated

What We Offer You:

  • Competitive compensation, based on your experience and skills. Payments are made monthly via bank transfer/Payoneer/PayPal, according to invoices. 
  • Remote work model. 
  • Your work schedule will be Monday to Friday, from 10:00 to 19:00 EEST (including a one-hour break). 
  • Opportunities for career growth and development. 
  • Exposure to modern approaches and tools to solve business problems.

Visit our website to learn more about FortifyIQ’s vacancies, career opportunities, and reasons to join us. 



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