Junior Technology Consultant - Digital Risk (September 2024) (Technical profile)

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Name Junior Technology Consultant - Digital Risk (September 2024) (Technical profile)
Company KPMG

Are you a tech graduate who wants to:
- make use of the newest technologies and tools;
- make applications, networks and systems hacker-proof;
- work with a young and fun team?

What are you waiting for? You’re a perfect match for our Digital Risk team!

You will:
- work on cyber security engagements;
- work with and recognize common attacker tools, tactics, and procedures;
- develop new testing methods and techniques to identify vulnerabilities and entry points that attackers may use to exploit applications, networks, and systems;
- keep up to date on the topic of data protection and GDPR;
- help clients to monitoring processes, tools and controls to protect personal data;
- build and manage excellent client relationships;
- help to coach and train team members to grow the team’s knowledge.

We promise to:
- help you become a cyber expert in your area of interest;
- teach you something new every day (think of certifications, internal/external webinars, case studies, training, community and other resources);
- involve you in large projects with international customers;
- stimulate your entrepreneurship and help you take ownership.

Start date: September 2024
Location: Antwerp or Zaventem

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      Required special knowledge

      We are looking for candidates who are passionate about Cyber Security.

      You have a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in:
      - Handelsingenieur Beleidsinformatica/Master of Business and Information Systems Engineering or an equivalent;
      - economics or business studies but with a specialization or practical experience in cyber security.

      While academic qualifications are important, we also value:
      - an interest in how data & technology can transform and improve business processes;
      - an interest in technical cyber security topics (e.g. network security, penetration testing, incident response, OT security);
      - an interest in data protection topics spanning from the more technical ones (e.g. encryption, access rights, etc.) to the more legal ones (such as GDPR);
      - enthusiasm about working in a project-based environment;
      - eagerness to learn and make an impact;
      strong communication skills in English and in Dutch or French.

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      Contact Em Drijkoningen (Senior Campus & Sponsorship Officer)
      Tel: +32 2 708 36 18