Safeguard your systems

Cyber security skills – your skills – have never been needed more. Data security and impenetrable protection for operating models in the cloud are a top priority.

We are talking – all the time – to organizations who are relying on the increased automation of their security systems, and the professionals who build them.

We’re here to help you make the most of this opportunity and take your career to new heights.

Find your next cyber job

We’re dedicated to finding a job that’s right for you, one which not only matches your skills and experience, but your passions and ambitions too. Our tools? Extensive networks and exclusive relationships with top employers of all sizes, across all industries. The benefits? Choice of the best employers, a job hunting experience that’s second to none and plenty of new job opportunities – let us help find the right job for you.

Find your nearest office to get in touch with us, or send your latest resume and we’ll see if your skills fit any roles available. 

Latest cyber security jobs

IOS/Android Vulnerability Researcher
$300,000 - $400,000
Sr. Incident Response
70,000 - 85,000
Supplier IT Risk Assessor
65.00 - 70.00
Cyber Security Analyst
55.00 - 62.00
Identity Access Management Architect
West Des Moines, or Chicago
125,000 - 140,000
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Your cyber security job questions, answered

Are there lots of cyber security jobs available?

Definitely. Covid-19 and the shift to remote working sent demand for security specialists skyrocketing, especially in cloud security and base level networking. With remote, flexible and hybrid working here to stay, safeguarding the digital assets we need to do our jobs effectively will become more critical than ever.
Companies need the right professionals to ensure connections are secure, end-points are protected and application data encrypted, wherever people are working from.

What job type or area of cyber security should I specialize in?

You’ve no shortage of choice. Demand will always be high for people with deep technical understanding, but you’re not limited to those jobs. There are loads of opportunities out there from people and process-based areas of relationship management, user education, risk analysis, strategy and road mapping.

Cyber security isn’t always a linear career, and proven experience in risk analysis and stakeholder engagement can hold just as much weight as technical expertise. Cyber – like so many disciplines – requires true diversity of talent and thought.

What salary does a cyber security analyst earn?

Salaries vary widely depending on the role, location and type of company. As a cyber security analyst, typical salaries can vary from $70,000 to around $110,000 and as a network security engineer between $90,000-$135,000 depending on location.

As a penetration tester you can see salaries ranging on average from $120,000 - $150,000 and at the more advanced end, as a enterprise security architect salaries range from $150,000 - $220,000.

What qualifications can increase my salary?

At entry level, MTA Security Fundamentals, ISACA CSX Cyber Security Fundamentals Certificate, CompTIA Security+, GIAC Information Security Fundamentals (GISF) and (ISC)2 Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) are great for core knowledge.

A solid understanding of the principles of networking will also always be useful – CCNA for example. There are also clear paths for key areas of penetration testing, for example CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and CREST accreditations. If you’re starting to think about leadership roles, qualifications such as CISSP, CISM, CRISC and CISA will give you the edge.

Is AI becoming more important in cyber security?

In short, yes. Artificial intelligence is set to be a vital tool for helping cyber experts stay ahead of threats. Through technologies like natural language processing and machine learning, AI is trained on where the risks of cybercrime lie. Eliminating time-consuming research tasks and providing detailed analysis of threats will give you as a professional the time you need to make crucial decisions and launch a response to remediate them.

What industries are hiring cyber security professionals?

Any organizations that use computerized systems, which means everyone and anyone! Larger organizations in government, financial services, defence, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals are obvious targets. If you’re more junior looking for training or have specialist experience, big corporations have loads of opportunities. SMEs are more likely to hire a security professional into a broader role, often showing flexibility on technology and experience.