Cyber Security Consultants

Location: London

Role Summary

A number of great opportunities have arisen for ex-military personnel to work on the front line of cybersecurity, delivering value to leading organisations with the support of one of the world’s leading technology and security organisations. Our client is looking to fill a number of Security Consultant roles, to lead and drive a variety of engagements for some of their most important clients.

The Company

Multinational information technology company with operations in over 170 countries. You’ll be part of a  forward thinking, high performance team for an established company delivering security solutions to client environments across the UK & Ireland.

Key Responsibilities

  • Work unsupervised to deliver client engagements or provide support to as part of a larger team.

  • Run all aspects of a large program including resource management, financial planning and project planning.

  • Build, manage and drive client relationships, becoming a long term trusted advisor for all security matters.

  • Lead contract negotiations, program financial management and drive best solution for both client and the company at all times.

  • Drive innovation and improvement to our existing contracts and offerings to ensure that we are continuously improving.

  • You will work in our advisory practice helping our Clients understand their security challenges and then specify, plan and execute projects to improve their security posture.

Key Requirements

  • Projects are based across the UK, often on client premises, so the ability and willingness to travel is an essential requirement.


  • The role calls for a proven record in the cyber security industry with experience in security technology, processes or operations. Specialised knowledge of specific sectors would be of interest.

  • Experience in consultancy engagements focused around the security industry, such as risk assessments, compliance audits and strategy advisory;

  • Demonstrable expertise in client industry (e.g. public sector, financial services, energy and utilities) with focus on industry specific best practice, threats and regulations;


  • One or more cyber/information security qualification (CISSP, CISM, CCSP or Equivalent);

  • Understanding and experience applying of one or more security industry frameworks (E.g. ISO27001, NIST);

  • Understanding and experience working with security legislation and regulatory frameworks (E.g. DPA, PCI-DSS, GDPR, NIS); and

  • Very strong written, oral and presentation skills.


Flexible working environment.