Graduate Cyber Security Consultant - £32K


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    CV-Library

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If you are a recent graduate with a 1st class honours or 2:1, who is interested in a career in Cyber Security and Pre-sales, we have a great opportunity.

Our client is the world leader in Cyber Security defence products, and is valued at $1.5 Billion.

You do not need any prior knowledge in Cyber Security, just a exceptional communication skill, enthusiasm and willingness to learn.

The Cyber Security Consultant role is a customer focused role, and you will provide technical and cyber-defense expertise in pre-sale and post-sales accounts, working together with Account Managers. During the pre-sale cycle, you will architect and deliver Proof of Values (POVs). After the sale, you will architect full deployments, and ensure customer success, actively contributing to the defence and hardening of a customer's key assets.

Responsibilities

Act as a technical point of contact between clients, partners, and each business unit within Darktrace.
Being accountable for the delivery of Proof of Value engagement from end to end.
Present Threat Intelligence Reports and advise accordingly to variety of audiences from technical audience to C-level executives.
Be the trusted adviser and technical authority to the customer for architecture and integration decisions.
Provide feedback and technical reporting on accounts to Darktrace management.
Design and build custom client integrations and define solution architectures.
Act as a technical touch point between clients and partners
Opportunity to travel to Europe
 

Requirements:

Bachelor's or Master's Degree in a scientific, technical or engineering discipline, with a 2:1 or above (UK) or GPA of 3.5 or above (US)
Knowledge of the TCP/IP, and common networking protocols, is desirable but not essential
Enthusiasm for innovation, experimentation and self-development in the cyber security field
Speaking an European language is preferred