To battle hackers, you have to think like one.

The FBI said Monday it’s seeking technology experts – including those with experience in “ethical hacking” – to become “cyber special agents.”

“Cyber permeates every aspect of what we do, whether it’s counterterrorism, criminal investigations or traditional cyberattacks, as we’ve seen in the recent past,” the FBI said.

North Korea, for example, is at the center of a confrontation with the United States over the hacking of Sony Pictures. The hacking is believed tied to Sony’s movie “The Interview” about the assassination of North Korea’s leader.

“The FBI seeks highly talented, technically trained individuals who are motivated by the FBI’s mission to protect our nation and the American people from the rapidly evolving cyber threat,” Robert Anderson Jr., executive assistant director for the bureau’s criminal, cyber, response and services branch, said in a statement Monday

In its job post, which is open until Jan. 20, the agency said it has “many vacancies” for cyber special agents.

Such agents, the FBI said, should have the skills to “conduct multi-faceted investigations of high-tech crimes, including cyber-based terrorism, computer intrusions, online exploitation and major cyber fraud schemes.”

Preferred backgrounds and work experiences include computer forensics, computer programming and “ethical hacking,” according to the job posting. One way to get a resume to stand out at the FBI: Get certified in ethical hacking.