What is Cyber Security at EY?
We support our clients to understand and manage their cyber security risk, secure their data and systems, detect and manage their threats and vulnerabilities, and embed IT resilience.
As part of the Technology team, we help secure the way large organisations store their data – and their customers’ data. Sometimes that means helping them recover from attacks, too.
Applications to this programme are now closed. To be the first to find out about our 2020 opportunities, sign up now.
What will you be doing?
- Working in at least one of our service areas including Cyber Threat and Risk Management, Technology Resilience, Privacy and Data Protection and more
- Developing your people and consulting skills
- Working with our clients on challenging projects
- Becoming a specialist in your chosen area of expertise
Are you eligible to apply?
If you have an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification, or have completed an industrial placement in a topic like Cyber Security
or Information Security, or a STEM degree which contains a topic relating to Cyber or Information Security by the time the programme starts, this is for you.
We’re also keen to meet people who have a keen interest in Cyber or Information Security, or have experience in coding, system development,
deployment of Cloud infrastructure and can demonstrate extracurricular expertise.
Ongoing training and certifications
to develop your technical skills and expertise
with CompTIA Security+
London only programme
How’s it structured?
This programme is all about giving you the best experiences and learning opportunities to develop a great career in cyber security. After an EY induction, you’ll attend a range of cyber training. We’ll then bring your core consulting skills up to speed and before too long you’ll be working on client projects in either Cyber Strategy and Transformation, Cyber Threat Management, Cyber Resilience, Identity and Access Management or Privacy and Data Protection.
You’ll have lots of on-the-job training and mentors to guide you through and may even be offered a six-month secondment outside of the cyber team to learn how another area of our business works. By the end of the programme, you’ll have honed your skills even further, have a good idea of the area or areas you’d like to specialise in and, be a key part of EY’s cyber security practice.
Where could a technology career take you?
James’ career in technology all started one summer in Audit at EY. Your career path could be just as direct – or diverse.
Meet some of our graduates
Building a well-rounded career – Polina
The Cyber Security graduate programme has allowed Polina to develop her skills and achieve career goals whilst driving her personal development. It’s a challenging yet very rewarding environment which drives your career forward, says Polina.
Working in UKI Cyber Security – Megan
Megan loves the variety of her role. Each day is different and she enjoys the challenge of transferring something learned from one project and applying it to another.
Joining FS Cyber Security - Miraaj
Miraaj has jumped straight into work helping clients how to better manage their cyber risks. He’s learnt a lot about innovative technologies and is loving the skills he’s developing.
What about the extras?
Discounted gym memberships, interest-free loans, generous pension plans – there are lots of perks to being a grad at EY.
Where do you want to be?
Applications to this programme are now closed.
How to apply
Ready to apply? This info and advice should come in handy.