Cyber Security Incident Response Internship
Signify, the new company name of Philips Lighting, is the global leader in lighting building on 125+ years of innovations.
Our purpose is to unlock the extraordinary potential of light for brighter lives and a better world.
We are proud to be ahead of the game in the Internet of Things and on track to be carbon neutral by 2020. We learn through disruptive challenges and our performance is powered through our diverse teams. Our Philips products, Interact connected lighting systems, and data-enabled services transform people's lives in homes, buildings, and public spaces.
We define the meaning of light...join us to #findyourmeaning @ Signify!
This role is part of Signify IT Security, responsible for detecting and responding to cyber threats.
Its responsibilities are at the heart of IT Security , so aspiring for tackling unpredicted cyber events , must be in your DNA.
Are you the enthusiastic, talented intern we're looking for?
Together we can...
- Work with and learn from the global top tier Cyber Incident Response capability (Level 3)
- Help coordinate between internal and external Incident Response capabilities and resources
- Learn about comprehensive, real-time status updates and reporting to key stakeholders and SOC Management
- Handle Cyber Security Incidents (Level 1)
- Student in Computer Information Systems or a related discipline, or equivalent experience
- Passionate about Information Security
- Have basic knowledge of IT / Information Security concepts
- Have basic knowledge of Computer Networks concepts
- Familiar with IT security tooling is considered a plus.
- Able to be concise and clear in communication
- Fluent in both written and spoken English
- Available from June and at least for 6 months
- You will receive an internship allowance; the exact amount depends on your situation. (also towards rented accommodation or public transportation)
- You are entitled to paid leave on the basis of 1 day per month
- You have the opportunity to buy Philips products with tax benefit (Lighting Gallery)
- EU/EER students: In order to be considered for this internship, you need to be registered as a student during the entire internship period. Formal documentation of this may be requested at any time.
- Non-EU students in Dutch Universities: You need to be registered as a student and your university needs to sign the Nuffic Agreement. The internship needs to be a compulsory part of your studies (receive ECTS in turn). In case of non-compulsory internship, you need to have a letter from the university in which it states that your internship contributes to your personal development, what your learning goals are and what tasks you will undertake during your internship. The letter has to be signed and stamped by your university.
- Non-EU students in non-Dutch Universities: You need to be registered as a student and the internship should be a compulsory part of your studies. Also, you need to be able to get the official approval of your university for this internship (Nuffic agreement).
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