Develop your technical and strategic skills for a successful career in cyber security.
In our UK cyber security team, we’re passionate about building a secure digital society. We’re in a unique position to work with organisations to drive a tangible difference to their cyber security and are recognised by Forrester as a leading adviser in this area.
We also have a role to play in researching and disrupting both our industry and those who target our society. To do so we work with business leaders, government, educators, regulators and industry groups.
You’ll be part of a growing practice, working in our advisory or specialist cyber security team.
For new graduates joining the cyber security team we have two graduate pathways on offer.
Our core advisory teams are experts in their fields. They work globally to support our clients across the public, private and financial sectors, helping them to understand and reduce their exposure to cyber risk.
We help our clients embed cyber security throughout their organisations - building resilience, protecting sensitive data, and enabling them to focus on achieving their ambitions.
Our Specialist Advisory team is focused on supporting highly technical specialisms which help our clients to detect and respond to vulnerabilities in their IT environments. The specialisms include: Crisis Management, Incident Response or Identity & Access Management.
Our Crisis Management team helps our clients solve their most complex business issues from strategy to execution. This includes:
Identity & Access Management (IdAM):
Our IdAM team focuses on helping our clients design, implement and operate effective access controls to systems and critical assets that protect against threats, support business objectives, and enable growth. This includes:
Our Cyber Incident Response team supports clients across our global network to respond, remediate and recover from cyber attacks. They help clients to prepare and recover through a variety of complementary technical services. This includes:
There are many career options in cyber security. For those interested in technology, systems and networks, you’ll get to monitor and detect network abnormalities, respond to incidents, learn how to generate and apply threat intelligence, advise on identity and access management, support organisations in their response to a crisis or perhaps become an ethical hacker.
You could be responsible for unpicking breach indicators from live memory captures, deploying host and network monitoring agents across an enterprise, reverse engineering custom malware samples or penetrating client networks and systems to find threats and vulnerabilities.
If you’re interested and passionate about cyber security but feel more aligned to dealing in the business risk side, you’ll help our clients understand the benefits of managing potential risks. This could include helping with strategy, evaluating their landscape, designing target operating models, or implementing new solutions.
It’s a role where you’ll help clients resolve uncertainty and manage the complex cyber security matters they face on a daily basis.