Cyber Security, incident response, cyber incident
Master (EQF 7)
Helping clients respond to cyber incidents and getting back to business. At Deloitte.
What impact will you make?
As a Cyber Incident Response specialist (CIR), you are the point of contact for our clients during an assignment. You assist the client during intake, delivery and reporting phases. You assist clients with performing technical analyses and you advise the client in both technical and tactical decisions in dealing with incidents. By leveraging your understanding and experience of the technologies and tactics that attackers use, you are a valuable resource making big impact at the moment that matters.
This is how
- supporting Cyber Incident Response. Triage, prioritization, analysis, investigation, response coordination and closure documentation;
- subject matter expertise and provides technical leadership for Cyber Incident Response;
member of the Deloitte Response team, providing IR subject matter expertise in the broader response team of privacy, crisis, forensics and others;
- design, build and support Cyber Incident Response capabilities at clients;
perform compromise assessment and threat hunting projects;
- connect with EMEA and Global technical incident responder to build a strong network and share knowledge;
work flexible hours to assist our clients during high-impact incidents.
You share your expertise with about 50 other colleagues in the Cyber Vigilance, Resilience team that is part of Deloitte Risk Advisory. Our team builds high-quality customer detection capabilities and prepares organizations to handle cyber incidents.
In this department, we find it important to continuously develop yourself. That's why we value innovation and personal development.
What we offer
- in addition to a competitive salary, a share in our profits;
- an overtime arrangement that allows you to receive compensation for overtime;
- great growth opportunities. Depending on your ambitions and performance;
- a development program that helps you keep growing;
- work from home office set-up allowance to make sure you have everything you need to work in an ergonomically-friendly manner;
- flexible working hours, you are in charge of your own agenda;
- 26 days of paid holiday annually, and the opportunity to purchase 15 additional holiday days annually;
- a 32 or 40-hour working week;
- the opportunity to take a month of unpaid leave once annually;
- the possibility to go on sabbatical for at least 2 months;
- a good mobility scheme: choice between a company car with a fuel pass for Europe or the Mobility+ option or a gross cash option with which you arrange all your own transport or a public transport annual subscription;
- an iPhone, which is also for personal use;
- a laptop with a 4G connection;
- a good pension scheme;
- an opportunity to take part in our collective health insurance scheme;
- an opportunity to benefit from tax-efficient facilities, such as company fitness and a bicycle scheme.
What you offer
- a computer science degree (or similar);
- solid background in incident response, digital forensics, networking, network protocols, programming and penetration testing;
- certifications such as SANS are a plus;
- a proven track record in Cyber Incident Response and digital forensics;
- strong communication skills. An excellent command of written and spoken English (Dutch is not a must);
- experience with being a team player with professional attitude that is able to work independently;
- flexibility and commitment to help clients, sometimes long days and weekends, responsibly and balanced;
- the ability to work discretely with sensitive information of clients.
Let's make impact. Apply now!
We look forward to receiving your application for this position. At Deloitte, we welcome everyone who can bring quality and ambition. We'd like to know who you are.