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