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Information Security Consultant (German Speaking)

Job Title: Information Security Consultant (German Speaking)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: München, Bayern
Salary: €55000 - €85000 per annum + Flexi, Bonus, Car
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J9253_1504605625
Contact Name: Oliver Thomas
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

My client is a global consultancy with a team of over 800 cyber security experts globally that specialise in exceptional security consultancy, deployments and managed services to several sectors particularly public, finance and educational.

Due to this client's key success of building their accounts and providing a holistic approach to Cyber Security, they're seeking for Information / Cyber Security Consultants that help further enhance the expertise that is being delivered across the entire Info-sec spectrum. The department's envisioned structure is creating several career paths for individual with the right application and effort, think manager level, SME or principal consultant as options as part of this growing team.

The successful candidate will have: -

  • 18+ Months' experience of working as a cyber security consultant, analyst or engineer (either with a consultant or end client
  • Fluent in spoken and written German.

Desirable but not essential: -

  • Public sector experience (specifically working in a cyber security role either via a consultancy or directly for a public sector company.)

To discuss this opportunity and other cyber security opportunities in more detail please send your CV to or call Oliver Thomas on +44 (0)20 7014 0230 in complete confidence ASAP.

Information security, cyber security, consultancy, consultant, security consultant, security analyst, security specialist, ISO27001, PCI-DSS, Vulnerability assessment, DLP, Compliance, GRC, IAM, identity and access management, SIEM, Endpoint, GRC, SOC, Threat Assessment, Threat Intelligence, Managed Services, Munich, Germany, German

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