We offer EU Institutions advisory services in the fields of strategy and policy, audit and risk management, financial management, technical assistance, technology advice and implementation, performance improvement and process change as well as human capital.
In the area of risk management, Deloitte provides a broad range of cyber security and privacy services to respond to a fast-
paced and ever-changing environment. Our experts have hands-on experience in policy studies, evaluations, impact assessment, legal analyses, assessing networks and systems, but also designing and implementing information security governance and transformation programs.
As a cyber-security (or data protection) trainee for EU Institutions, you will work with our multidisciplinary teams of leading professionals to help design and implement solutions to some of today’s toughest cyber security and privacy challenges.
As a Cyber security Trainee, you will have the opportunity to :
Helping our clients EU Institutions, Agencies and Bodies to address the increasing set of cyber security or privacy challenges that are persistent at EU level.
Being involved in research projects (policy studies, evaluations, impact assessment, etc.), helping the EU Institutions to take stock of current cyber security or privacy trends and activities in EU Member States, and to define recommendations that are applicable to industry actors, governments and policy stakeholders.
Interacting with teams of experts, European officials, and researchers and with multidisciplinary teams in understanding the EU-
level cyber threat landscape, in assessing the maturity of the current cyber security or data protection capabilities and defining a strategy to help the relevant national stakeholders.
Assessing information security or privacy risks; implement risk management frameworks based on industry standards; propose recommendations and practical measures;
assist in their implementation and follow-up on the effectiveness.
Addressing the underlying cyber security or data protection challenges raised by digital transformation (mobile technologies, cloud, IoT, digital trust, etc.)
To fit in the role, you also :
Hold a Master degree with modules (or a thesis / dissertation) related to cyber security, IT law, data protection / privacy, European studies, security studies, international relations, risk management or another relevant discipline
Demonstrate conceptual understanding of one or more of the following domains : cyber security, privacy and data protection, cyber defence, police and judicial cooperation, EU law, public government and cybercrime law, electronic communications law, international security and intelligence, foreign policy, etc
Be willing to work in a multidisciplinary team towards assessing issues from a technical, business, regulatory and political perspective.
Have an experience in strategic policy studies, impact assessment, report writing or evaluations is an asset.
Have strong verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Be fluent in English (French or German would be considered as an asset).
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Have an opportunity to build skills across a variety of cyber risk domains and gain exposure to the challenges of a range of EU Institutions, Agencies and Bodies.
Through your variety of experience, have the opportunity to develop the analytical, communication, and leadership skills that can help you achieve your full potential, no matter what career path you eventually choose.
Be continually challenged by your clients, your team members, and your peers.
Have access to counseling and training / certification opportunities to help foster and accelerate your development of new skills and capabilities.