As Kivu continues to expand its operations in the U.S. and Europe, the HR team is busy recruiting cyber security talent at a slew of recent career fairs. Recently, our teams attended the Fall 2019 Career Fair at Champlain College followed by the George Mason University Careers Night the very next day.
Under the tagline “The World Needs More White Hats”, we spoke to college students as well as graduates about the exciting opportunities on offer in cyber security. We found great interest in our digital forensics services, but also incident response and data analytics.
Kivu has had a strong relationship with Champlain College in Vermont for a number of years, and with our new office in Burlington open for business it was only natural that we would attend their career fair. Jason Ehlers, Josh MacDonald, and Blake Larner fielded questions from current students, many from the college’s prestigious Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity undergraduate program.
One of our associate directors and long-time D.C. local, Jason Vitale, joined the HR team at the George Mason University event and found that “there’s a huge interest in the kind of work Kivu does. I think people are drawn to it because we help businesses get back on their feet after a cyber incident, which can be crippling. There’s something exciting and altruistic about that.”
If you are interested in finding out more about internship and career opportunities at Kivu, get in touch with us. Email firstname.lastname@example.org today – we’d love to hear from you.