An estimated 2 to 4 million unfilled cybersecurity positions globally
Product/project management, software development, marketing, sales, consultancy
Opportunities for IT professionals, career changers and graduates
Higher than average salaries and roles at leading organizations
Whatever stage of your career you are at, there are roles in cybersecurity that will match what you are looking for.
At RHEA, for ‘pure’ cybersecurity positions, we aim to give you the opportunity to rotate through different teams, providing broad experience and exposure to different types of client environments.
For more experienced staff, we provide stability and a good work-life balance with positions in long-term projects.
There is no single career path that makes someone ideal for a role in cybersecurity, because there are so many types of jobs. Instead, certain skills and personal qualities may make you stand out, depending on the role, including:
You do not need a technical or engineering degree for all roles. Other degrees that could make you ideal for a cybersecurity job include psychology, languages and political sciences.
For some cybersecurity roles, it could be an advantage or may be a requirement to have one or more technical certifications, such as:
These not only validate your knowledge but also give employers confidence that you can meet security challenges.
To work with some organizations, including some RHEA clients, you will need security clearance because you will be working with restricted information. Having security clearance when you apply can be an advantage, but it is not a mandatory requirement for the right candidates.
At RHEA, we provide the training you need to do your job, whatever skills and experience you start with.
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