The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is looking for cyber experts to fight online crime and has published a motivation and specification announcement for the candidates.
Those who want to become a cyber agent should expect not only "companionship and teamwork," but also a monetary reward that will be between 59.340 dollars and 76.568 per year. Of course, job offer is only for US citizens.
It should be noted that there are many private companies willing to pay much more for talented people, and there have been many cases when government workers left their jobs either to start their own security business or to work in the private sector.
In a post published Monday, the security department reports that it hires computer scientists, digital screenwriters, and talented cyber-skilled.
Over the last few years, the FBI has conducted many businesses with private security agents to investigate incidents such as data theft, hacking on websites, cyber invasions, denial-of-service attacks, and more.
"What we want is for people who are coming to us to become part of a team that works differently with very complex types of research and to use their craftsmanship in this team environment," said Robert Anderson, Jr., executive assistant Director of the Bureau Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch.
He added that an expert cyber agent should take on all anti-terrorist or counter-intelligence businesses, and could be the main factor in examining cases (so to gold the pill).
Candidates should be from 23 - 37 years old and once infected they will have access to future training in order to improve their skills and become better at their job.
Robert Anderson talks about the FBI seeking to hire cyber experts: