Liz Pinder

Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst

"Having a STEM degree I wanted to work for one of the largest tech companies in the world."

What do you love about working at Fujitsu?

Fujitsu’s graduate scheme offers the chance to be challenged, to grow and be part of a global business, whilst progressing your career at the same time. They do throw you in at the deep end, but this is what I like as it gives you the chance to learn so much more.

What is a typical day like for you?

I currently work in Cyber Security, it's fast-paced and every day is different. One day I’m threat hunting, the next I’m analysing new malware. It's never monotonous. An incident can occur any time – so it's an exciting and challenging environment to work in.

What made you apply to Fujitsu?

Having a STEM degree I wanted to work for one of the largest tech companies in the world. Other than the benefits being fantastic, the cyber security graduate scheme allows you to become a specialist in one particular domain rather than learning the basics in many.

What training do you receive on the programme?

The Leadership in Action course was particularly rewarding. In terms of my everyday role, I train on the job, which I prefer, as I get exposure to high and low level projects from the very beginning.

What is the company culture like?

Extremely supportive. I had minimal experience in cyber security but my team understood and helped me as much as possible. I've also helped to organise and design a Fujitsu float for the Birmingham Pride parade for our LGBTQ+ community Fujitsu SHINE. And I ran Fujitsu’s first Girls' Day promoting young girls in STEM.

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