The Ethereum Foundation is looking to hire a dedicated security team to dissect all aspects of Ethereum 2.0.
The Ethereum Foundation will be building a dedicated security team for Ethereum 2.0 to study any potential cybersecurity and crypto-economic issues in the next generation of the Ethereum network.
Justin Drake, an Eth 2.0 researcher at the foundation, announced the start of the recruitment process on his Twitter feed.
The foundation is looking to hire a variety of security and auditing professionals, both for the software and the general model of the upcoming upgrade.
Among the potential team’s tasks will be “fuzzing, bounty hunting, pager duty,” which directly relates to software security management.
Ethereum client developers have already engaged in fuzzing for the upcoming Eth 2.0 clients.