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Your Opportunity Cyber Risk & Security. Everybody's talking about it. Every major corporation is concerned by it. The Government is investing £1.9 billion in tackling it. We're shaping strategies and transforming technology to minimise it and we need you to join us. You'll build strong relationships within a Cyber practice with some 300 FTE extremely talented individuals. Our team brings together people who graduated in everything from Philosophy to Law, Maths and Computer Science. Join them and you will operate at the cutting edge, enjoying the kind of professional development that will set your potential free. Your Role In a rapidly changing world where information has a significant value, supply chains are increasingly interconnected. In a world of uncertainty when doing business on a global basis, the resilience of operations has become a board level issue. Deloitte's Cyber Resilient offering which helps organisations anticipate, plan and prepare for a full range of events, from predictable and common to worst case scenarios. Within the Resilient capability, Wargaming helps clients prepare for potential Cyber incidents by developing coordinated responses and identifying areas for improvement, through the simulation of Cyber incidents ("wargames").
For the most part this involves designing effective scenarios and exercise programmes, to assess the readiness of technical, operational, and strategic teams to a cyber incident or crisis. This will include: reviewing current incident response processes; interviewing internal client teams and stakeholders; working with threat intelligence to identify likely incident types and scenarios; and building credible and realistic exercises to meet the clients overall business objectives and meet their success criteria.
The role of a Consultant/Senior Consultant is to assist in the design and coordination of simulations of Cyber incidents, which include desktop exercises - in which client teams exercises their response plans and processes- and simulation exercises, which take place in a realistic, 'live', controlled environment.
Ultimately, our team's objective is to better prepare our clients to minimise the operational impact of a cyber incident or crisis by both stress testing their response plans and rehearsing their decision making and under duress. Responsibilities As a Consultant/Senior Consultant focused on Cyber within Risk Advisory, you will typically have:
A creative mindset will enable you to solve clients' issues whilst thinking around corners;
You will bring innate ability to lead teams, inspire colleagues and act as a trusted business adviser;
You will deliver cyber-related engagements with our clients, working seamlessly and collaboratively with colleagues and clients;
You will contribute to the development of our teams by training and coaching;
You'll be contributing to the creation of new Cyber related services and the development of existing services;
You'll be keen to increase the eminence of the Deloitte Cyber practice and engage with some high profile clients;
You will have the willingness to learn and develop that Deloitte will encourage through training, mentoring and coaching options.
Responsibilities specific to Wargaming include:
Designing and coordinating realistic, interactive Cyber Wargames, which help organisations identify critical gaps and vulnerabilities in their response plans;
Supporting other teams across Deloitte with in the provision of Cyber Wargaming SME knowledge, including in assisting with the design and facilitation of Crisis Simulations;
Engaging with diverse stakeholders, both business and technical, as well as C-suite level, during the simulation of a Cyber incident and guiding them through the exercise.
Your work, your choice At Deloitte we believe the best impact is the value we add, not the hours we sit at our desk. We carefully consider agile ways of working, both formal and informal, that allow for the best impact for our people and our clients. Please speak to your recruiter about the working pattern that works best for you.
Location - We are recruiting in London, Reading, Bristol, Manchester, Belfast and Edinburgh. Work Pattern - Permanent.
Your Professional Experience Qualifications:
Minimum of 2.1 degree or equivalent experience;
Ideally at least 2-4 years' experience in Cyber Security, Information Security, Crisis Management or relevant field;
Previous experience of working in small to medium-sized teams, ideally across both business and technology functions;
Proven experience of writing reports.
Ability to solve complex problems objectively - individually and as part of a team;
Ability to design creative and imaginative scenarios for crisis simulations;
Excellent interpersonal skills and experience of developing strong relationships, either as a consultant or within an organisation;
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to tailor communications to people from a wide range of backgrounds and seniorities;
Demonstrated ability to contribute to the delivery of high quality, complex projects including effective programme, project, financial and people management;
Strong commercial awareness and business acumen, including specifically a good understanding of business processes and/or supporting technology;
Strong Windows-based IT skills.
Familiarity with fundamental concepts in Cyber Security;
Familiarity with Cyber Incident Response, including a foundational understanding of key technical concepts, attacker techniques, data breach incidents and threat themes;
Familiarity with cyber incident response and management such as best practice standards, such including NIST CSIR Handling Guidelines 800-61r2, ISO 27035 etc.
Familiarity with crisis management best practice standards, such as BS 11200:2014;
Previous experience of event management;
Demonstrated ability to engage with senior stakeholders and manage their expectations.
Your service line: Risk Advisory In Risk Advisory, our thinking and actions give clients, our people and society the confidence to succeed responsibly in a rapidly changing world. We don't just work with our clients to manage risk, we help them understand and grab the opportunities it presents too, helping them gain a competitive advantage. Our expertise and industry knowledge run deep here. At Deloitte, you'll find yourself working with some of the most inspiring and experienced colleagues and with clients who trust you to lead the way to smart choices, better control frameworks, and new systems, including bespoke solutions that have a direct impact on their bottom line.
Personal independence Regulation and controls are standard practice in our industry and Deloitte is no exception. These controls provide important legal protection for both you and the firm. We are subject to a number of audit regulations, one of which requires that certain colleagues abide by specific personal independence constraints. This can mean that you and your "Immediate Family Members" are not permitted to hold certain financial interests (shares, funds, bonds etc.) with audit clients of the firm. The recruitment team will provide further detail as you progress through the recruitment process.
Our Purpose & Strategy To make an impact that matters for our clients, our people and society - defines who we are and what we stand for. Our purpose provides the foundation for our strategy and our aspiration to be the undisputed leader in professional services: this is not about size, it's about being the first choice. The first choice for the largest and most influential clients, and the first choice for the best talent.
What do we do? Deloitte offers global integrated professional services that include Audit & Assurance, Consulting, Financial Advisory, Legal, Risk Advisory and Tax Consulting. Our approach combines intellectual leadership, industrial expertise, insight, consulting & problem solving capabilities whatever the role, technology revolutions and innovation from multiple disciplines to help our clients excel anywhere in the world. Beyond the UK: Deloitte North and South Europe The UK is part of Deloitte North and South Europe (NSE), the second largest member firm in the Deloitte network. Deloitte NSE combines operations in Belgium, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, the Nordics (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden), Switzerland and the UK. Deloitte NSE brings together 2,500 partners and over 40,000 people, combining our unmatched breadth and depth of capabilities in audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, and tax and legal across the region. Being part of Deloitte NSE supports our aspiration to be the undisputed leader in professional services and will create more opportunity and growth for our people.
What do we value? At Deloitte we foster a collaborative culture where talented individuals can produce their best work. We value innovative thinking, diverse insights and a genuinely distinctive level of customer service. We value difference, with respect at the heart of our inclusive culture, and we support agile working arrangements. Hear from some of our people already working at Deloitte in agile ways . We are proud to have earnt a Top 10 place on the 2018 list of Top 30 Employers for Working Families for the eighth consecutive year, and to have been listed in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women for each of the last four years.
Being a Leader at Deloitte Cultural fit and purpose-led leadership is crucial for Deloitte. Our leaders always set the example and inspire their colleagues. They make quality time for people and take an interest in them. They know what matters to people - both inside and outside work - and value them as individuals; always finding opportunities to develop them while showing respect and appreciation.
We expect colleagues at all levels to embrace and live our purpose and our leadership culture by challenging themselves to identify issues that are most important for our clients, our people, and for society and make an impact that matters. We know leadership comes in all shapes and sizes, but our Leadership Charter helps all of our people understand what we're looking for:
We live our purpose: we act as a role model, embracing and living our purpose and values, and recognising others for the impact they make
We develop talent: we develop high-performing people and teams through challenging and meaningful opportunities
We drive performance: we deliver exceptional client service; maximise results and drive high performance from people while fostering collaboration across businesses and borders
We believe positive influence can make an impact that matters: we influence clients, teams, and individuals positively, leading by example and establishing confident relationships with increasingly senior people
We move, together, towards a strategic direction: we understand key objectives for clients and Deloitte, aligning people to objectives and setting priorities and direction.
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