Cyber Security Engineer
Our client are dedicated experts in defence, aerospace, security and related markets, all working together to explore new ways of protecting what matters most. People around the world depend on this organisation for their safety and security, and to enable the safety and security of others. Partnering with customers, their teams help to save lives; reduce risks to society; and maintain the global infrastructure on which we all depend.
The organisation has a unique working environment where teams from different backgrounds, disciplines, and experience enjoy collaborating widely and openly as they undertake this exciting and rewarding journey. Through effective teamwork, and pulling together, they get to experience what happens when we all share different perspectives, blend disciplines, and link technologies; constantly discovering new ways of solving complex problems. Being part of this company means being central to the safety and security of the world around us. Come and find out how you can play a role.
This is an exciting opportunity for a cyber security professional to work across a number of key programmes for both internal and external customers, including MoD departments, Government agencies and commercial organisations. The team of security engineers work with a variety of technologies, including public cloud, and all bring specialist expertise in certain areas, but are expected to quickly pick up new technologies based on the needs of customers.
As a Cyber Security Engineer, you'll be responsible for ensuring that critical projects are appropriately secured through the design, build and support phases, providing detailed technical expertise to Product Owners, Security Architects and System/Platform Engineers to build systems that simultaneously achieve the desired mission outcomes and provide robust defences against sophisticated and highly motivated attackers.
Skills & Experience
- A technical understanding of cyber security issues
- Knowledge in one or more areas of technology
- Experience securing sensitive workloads against sophisticated technical threats
- Able to make complex risk-balance judgements
- Able to gain trust and 'buy in' from a variety of stakeholders, both with and without strong technical backgrounds
- Able to rapidly acquire new technical information as technology and security threats evolve
- Ability to read, write and review code in at least one programming language