CyberSecurity Engineers

Cybersecurity Engineers, sometimes called Information Security Engineers, identify threats and vulnerabilities in systems and software, then apply their skills to developing and implementing high-tech solutions to defend against hacking, malware and ransomware, insider threats, and all types of cybercrime.

The job description of a Cybersecurity Engineer can include the following:


  • Planning, implementing, managing, monitoring, and upgrading security measures for the protection of the organization’s data, systems, and networks.
  • Troubleshooting security and network problems.
  • Responding to all system and/or network security breaches.
  • Ensuring that the organization’s data and infrastructure are protected by enabling the appropriate security controls.
  • Participating in the change management process.
  • Testing and identifying network and system vulnerabilities.
  • Daily administrative tasks, reporting, and communication with the relevant departments in the organization.

Selection Criteria:

  • A degree in computer science, IT, systems engineering, or related qualification.
  • Work experience with incident detection, incident response, and forensics.
  • Experience with Firewalls (functionality and maintenance).
  • Proficiency in Python, C++, Java.
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Analytical mind.
  • Outstanding problem-solving skills.
  • Great awareness of cybersecurity trends and hacking techniques.