Consultant, Cyber Incident Response, Risk Advisory, Various UK Locations
Deloitte AU
London, GB
1d ago

Cyber Risk & Security. Everybody’s talking about it. Every major corporation is concerned by it. The Government is investing £1.

9 billion in tackling it. We’re shaping strategies and transforming technology to minimise it and we need you to join us.

You’ll build strong relationships within a Cyber practice with some 300 FTE extremely talented individuals. Our team brings together people who graduated in everything from Philosophy to Law, Maths and Computer Science.

Join them and you will operate at the cutting edge, enjoying the kind of professional development that will set your potential free.

Your role

In a rapidly changing world where information has a significant value, supply chains are increasingly interconnected. In a world of uncertainty when doing business on a global basis, the resilience of operations has become a board level issue.

You will provide our clients with a full spectrum of services encompassing business and technology resilience. When clients have an incident our Cyber Incident Response team gets to work fast to identify root causes and evict threats.

Our professionals apply their experience and imagination to find the most advanced threats, hiding in the darkest corners of the network.

Not only do we identify where these threats are we also remove them from the network, preventing business-disrupting damage from occurring.

With a unique collection of skills, methodologies and strategic award-winning vendor relationships, we can do whatever it takes from improving the security of a single component to delivering a holistic security and privacy programme.

Our Cyber Incident Responders will be called to answer client needs regarding proactive incident response advisory services, reactive incident response, post-breach assessments, managed threat hunting as well as implementing response automation technologies.

As a Consultant or Senior Consultant focused on Cyber within Risk Advisory, you will typically have responsibility for :

  • Your creative mindset will enable you to solve clients’ issues whilst thinking around corners;
  • You will bring innate ability to lead teams, inspire colleagues and act as a trusted business adviser;
  • You will deliver cyber-related engagements with our clients, working seamlessly and collaboratively with colleagues and clients;
  • You will contribute to the development of our teams by training and coaching;
  • You’ll be contributing to the creation of new Cyber related services and the development of existing services;
  • You’ll be keen to increase the eminence of the Deloitte Cyber practice and engage with some high profile clients;
  • You will have the willingness to learn and develop that Deloitte will encourage through training, mentoring and coaching options;
  • You will work effectively in diverse teams with an inclusive team culture where people are recognised for their contribution.
  • Your work, your choice

    How long does impact take? How long is a piece of string? How many seconds does a solution contain? How can we possibly tell?

    After all, impact can be huge or small. Immediate or years in the making. At Deloitte we believe the best impact is the value we add, not the hours we sit at our desk.

    We, therefore, carefully consider agile ways of working, both formal and informal, that allow for the best impact for our people and our clients.

    If the working pattern you are looking for is not specifically indicated below, we are happy to discuss alternative arrangements.

    Location : We are recruiting in London, Reading, Bristol, Manchester, Belfast and Edinburgh.

    Suggested work pattern : Permanent full-time : with opportunity for some home working.

    Your professional experience

    Desirable skills, qualifications and experience :

  • Proven experience in Incident Response, either in-house or as a consultant;
  • Experience in network forensics with an emphasis on detecting malicious activity using network traffic;
  • Experience working with security intelligence, data analytics, security incident response, and forensic investigation teams;
  • Experience in forensic and memory analysis with an emphasis on detecting malicious activity using host based artefacts on Windows and / or Unix / Linux operating systems;
  • Tool agnostic ability to conduct preliminary malware analysis;
  • Knowledge of current hacking techniques, vulnerability disclosures, data breach incidents, and security analysis techniques;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to tailor communications to people from a wide range of backgrounds and seniorities;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and experience of developing strong relationships, either as a consultant or within an organisation;
  • Experience in delivering proactive Incident Response Advisory work to help improve client response maturity (e.g. response process and procedure creation), including scenario design and delivery of cyber War-gaming exercises;
  • Willingness to operate as part of an on-call roster’, travelling to assist our UK and EMEA clients when required;
  • Strong academics, including a minimum of 2.1 degree, or equivalent experience; and
  • Relevant qualifications, for example CISSP, CISM, GCFE, GCFA, GREM, GCIH, CCIM, GCIA, CCNIA, CCHIA, CCMRE or similar.
  • Holds Government Security clearance, or willingness to undergo the security vetting process.
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