Full Job Description
A Cybersecurity practice that grows every day. All of our clients worldwide –– from governments to companies to nonprofits –– rely on technology. They look to us to protect them from hackers who want to steal data or disrupt operations. So, we don’t sit back; we tackle the most critical security challenges head on. We blend offense and defense. And we give our team of people the freedom to rethink the entire security lifecycle to win. Visit us here to find out more about Accenture Cybersecurity.
Ready to out-hack the hackers. You know security is a game of wits and you’re ready to show your smarts even before a threat is flagged. You are the kind of person who takes direction but is also known for thinking on your feet and offering up your own solutions. And because the bad guys are constantly evolving their strategies, you’re prepared to keep on learning new technologies and keep on adapting for yourself.
Kick-start your summer in our training program to learn the latest security analyst skills
Join your teammates to dive into security projects
Roll up your sleeves to come up with good ideas to squash security risks
Let the client know if you spot any suspicious activity on their systems
Get a lot of experience working with the latest security technologies
Share your thoughts – in a written report or during a presentation in front of a group – on ways to manage security risks
Here’s what you need:
Bachelor’s degree in any major, graduating between December 2020– August 2023
Or Master’s degree in any major, graduating between December 2020 – June 2021
Bonus points if you:
Major in a STEM degree (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) or in Business
Study Information Security subjects
Are known as ‘analytical’ because you know how to solve problems
Enjoy working as a team player toward a common goal
Feel comfortable speaking up, as well as listening to others
Can work on more than one project at a time
Love to travel, meet new people, visit new cities
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