Permanent employment
Den Haag
Associate degree (EQF 5), Bachelor (EQF 6)
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Founded by mathematicians and cyber defense experts in 2013, Darktrace is a global leader in cyber security AI, delivering complete AI-powered solutions in its mission to free the world of cyber disruption. We protect more than 8,400 customers from the world’s most complex threats, including ransomware, cloud, and SaaS attacks.


Our roots lie deep in innovation. The Darktrace AI Research Centre based in Cambridge, UK, has conducted research establishing new thresholds in cyber security, with technology innovations backed by over 130 patents and pending applications. The company’s European R&D center is located in The Hague, Netherlands.

Headquartered in Cambridge, UK, Darktrace has more than 2,400 employees located globally. Customers include public sector agencies, education institutions, media, organizations supplying critical infrastructure, and businesses of all sizes worldwide.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast-growing company, named one of TIME magazine’s “Most Influential Companies” for 2021 and one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative AI Companies” in 2022. For more information on our cutting-edge technology, visit darktrace.com.


As a Cyber Analyst, you will be tasked with visualising how Darktrace products have positively impacted our clients’ businesses. You will be in the thick of the action, analysing technical data to identify potential cyber threats and give our clients the peace of mind that they are protected by Darktrace’s suite of products. You'll be given extensive training and support as you develop in the role. This role offers candidates with strong technical and scientific backgrounds the opportunity to commence a career in the dynamic and exciting industry of cyber security.



  • Use the Darktrace suite of products to prepare Threat Intelligence Reports and investigate ongoing cyber attacks
  • Investigate and communicate critical information about potential threats, ongoing compromises, and retrospective analysis of incidents internally and externally to clients
  • Real-time analysis of emerging threats in the SOC team
  • Confidently represent Analyst work and cyber security principles both internally and externally as required.
  • Using Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) techniques and tools to conduct threat research and analysis
  • Pro-actively monitoring and staying up to date with the latest developments and trends in cybersecurity

Given our tremendous growth this is a fast-paced role, so you need to make sure you're an organised, pro-active individual who is adaptable to change and comfortable wearing multiple hats.



Due to the nature of an ever-changing environment, we’re looking for someone who has a keen eye for detail, and strong deduction capabilities to analyse and problem solve technical issues which may arise. As a company that prides ourselves on our reactive capabilities, we are looking for someone who is able to work independently as part of a diverse team. You'll also have:

  • A Bachelor’s degree from university or applied sciences (HBO), preferably in computer science or engineering (essential)
  • 1+ year’s work experience in a Cyber, Research, Intelligence or Analysis role (preferable) 
  • A team player with demonstrable aptitude at sharing knowledge and mentoring (essential)
  • Meticulous attention to detail, with strong proven analytical and time management skills (essential) 
  • Excellent communication skills, including both oral and written (essential) 
  • Fluent English is required for this role (essential)