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Full Time Graduate - Cyber

Today’s world is more complex, disruptive, technology-based and interconnected than ever before. Which means companies are more exposed to failure and exploitation, to theft, fraud and abuse. It’s our job to help clients limit this exposure. We help them make intelligent decisions about their infrastructure, technology, processes and people, working on challenging projects to help mitigate the risks they are exposed to. Keeping our clients safe, secure and one step ahead.

To discover more about a career in Cyber click here

What You Need

Our Graduate Programme is more than a world-class training scheme, this a permanent job. It gives you a market-leading salary, benefits, a professional qualification, and endless opportunities to learn and progress. You’ll work with clients from the start, on projects that have a genuine impact on their success.

Check our Learning and Development webpage for more information on Professional Qualifications.

Entry Requirements

Our requirements vary for a few specialist roles and therefore before you apply we recommend that you review the specific academic requirements on the vacancy job description.

Application Deadline

We are now closed for applications for our 2020 Intake.

If you would like to apply for a 2021 role, please register your interest here.


Requirements & Qualifications

Cyber Risk and Strategy (Business Stream) - You will need to have obtained or be studying towards a 2:1 in any degree discipline, and have graduated by September 2020, as well as achieved 260 UCAS points for your A levels (or equivalent), a grade 4 (C) in English language and a grade 6 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Cyber Risk – Technical Stream -You will need to have obtained or studying towards a 2:1 in one of the below degree disciplines and have graduated by September 2020, or have a 2:1 in any degree subject but working towards a Masters in one of the below degree disciplines, as well as achieved 260 UCAS points for your A levels (or equivalent), a grade 4 (C) in English language and a grade 6 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Information Security / Cyber Security / Forensics / Network Security
  • Software Development / Software Security
  • Information Systems / Technology

Your opportunity

Whether you join us on the strategic or technical side, you’ll be working on all kinds of challenging projects to mitigate cyber risks. From trying to hack their systems to understanding which cyber threats could have the biggest impact, your work will keep clients safe, secure and one step ahead.

  • Cyber Risk and Strategy (Business Stream): Not every job within Deloitte Cyber requires a technical background. As cyber-attacks occur with greater frequency and severity, board members and executives are realise that technology solutions are just one part of a comprehensive approach to managing their cyber risk. Within this stream, you’ll be helping clients to identify and protect their critical information so they can not only survive, but also thrive, in a competitive market place.
  • Cyber Risk (Technical Stream): With technology changing by the second, and security breaches ever-more common, cyber security is critical to business. We provide clients with deep technical knowledge and expertise, from applying advanced defensive technologies to spotting critical vulnerabilities by trying to compromise their network. You’ll also have the opportunity to work on Cyber Strategy projects, developing your skills throughout your career.

Your professional experience

  • We help our clients to understand and respond to the threats they face utilising our deep technical expertise, solving challenges such as detecting unknown or unseen threats, configuring and managing access solutions to information and systems as well as defining their cyber strategy, and identifying and contextualising the threats and threat actors to an organisation.
  • Within our technical stream we offer a wide variety of options for your cyber career, for example whether you wish to become an ethical hacker, or cyber incident responder, identifying the root cause of a cyber-incident and assisting the organisation to recover effectively. All we ask is that you have a relevant technical degree, or a demonstrable skill within a relevant information security area such as networks or coding.