Technology Cyber Security
What you need: 2:2 degree
Location: Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
Programme start date: 5 September 2022
Applications will open in September 2021. Follow us on LinkedIn to keep up to date.
We care about cyber security, and it's critical that we protect our data and systems. You’ll receive specific cyber security training and real projects to work on, so you can develop your skills. You’ll work as part of a global cyber security team, collaborating with a range of specialists.
Our cyber security team are the eyes and ears of our organisation. We use the latest technologies to increase visibility and protection of systems, services and data. To do this, we need to stay ahead of the latest threats and continuously improve our tooling, procedures and processes. We work collaboratively with our software and systems engineering teams to support security throughout the development lifecycle, as well as to build proactive monitoring and responses to security events.
You’ll develop a broad knowledge of cyber security, completing placements across a range of security functions from security operations to vulnerability management, security testing, and monitoring and capability. You’ll have the opportunity to work on incident response, security platforms and security architecture and many more. You’ll also contribute to a global cyber defence effort by evaluating, securing systems and responding to incidents.
Who we are looking for
We’re looking for graduates who want to be part of a cross-functional, diverse and global team. If you’re well-organised, pragmatic, a problem solver with an inquisitive mind then we want to hear from you. While it’s not essential you have a degree in computer science or a STEM subject, you must be able to demonstrate your technical ability and a passion for cyber security.
Sounds like the programme for you? Click here to read about our Application process and let us know if you need support.
Working at our Welwyn Garden City campus
Our leafy, green campus is just 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Welwyn Garden City with its many shops, restaurants, pubs and sports facilities. Close to the A1, and with frequent trains running to Finsbury Park in just 20 minutes (free shuttle buses take you between the station and office), the campus is well connected to the surrounding area.
On campus, you’ll find subsidised restaurants and coffee shops, as well as a Tesco Express to pick up your lunch or last-minute essentials. You can join the on-site Nuffield Health gym, which has state-of-the-art fitness equipment, two studios for group classes, plus treatment rooms (membership costs £23.50 per month).