Join the C-Risk team

Are you ready to take charge of your own career? At C-Risk, you are an active player in the company's strategy and in your professional development. As part of the team, you will analyze risk and communicate ways to improve cyber resilience for our customers.

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Cybersecurity consulting

At C-Risk, a cybersecurity consultant never works alone. This is how we can share best practices in cyber risk management and continuously help each other improve our skills, all for the benefit of our clients.

Preparation phase: We research information about our client, their sector of activity, etc. We analyse their request, set up a methodology and determine how many risks need to be assessed.

Kick off: We present the project to our client: how many weeks of support we have planned for, who needs to be interviewed, which method is going to be implemented, examples of deliverables, etc.

Project implementation: We collect data on the client's market, we study the company to determine its value chain and its main assets, we choose which scenarios to test, then we quantify the risks, and finally, we make recommendations to the client.

Would you like to join the C-Risk Team of cyber risk experts?

Would you like to join a team of cybersecurity and information risk professionals dedicated to bringing value and building cyber resilience? Shape the future of how companies perceive and manage digital threats.

4 reasons to join C-Risk

A rewarding job

We assist company managers with strategic decision-making issues. To achieve synergy and to produce good value, you will carry out the missions from start to finish as part of a team. Thanks to partnerships with players in this field and to the creation of the European branch of the FAIR™ Institute, C-Risk is recognized for its expertise in quantification.

A balance between your professional and personal life

You can work from wherever you like (at the office, at home, in a coworking space, etc.) and with the equipment you need (double screen, comfortable chair). You can also adapt your working hours to suit your personal life. The important thing is that the work gets done, not the time of day it gets done.

The development of your expertise

Between assignments, there is time dedicated to developing collective and individual expertise. A great amount of leeway is given and prerogatives are granted depending on each individual’s quality of work, abilities, and desires.

An input on strategic decisions

In order to go further and to share ideas, the co-founders seek to involve their teams in the company's strategy. Each year, the roadmap is established with all employees during strategic meetings.

Hear from our C-Risk cybersecurity and risk management experts

Our cybersecurity and risk management consultants share why they joined C-Risk and a little about their roles.

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Élodie HUET
Cybersecurity and Risk Management Consultant

"I joined C-Risk because of the agile and flexible work environment and because I wanted to work with the cyber risk quantification methodology. Cyber Risk Quantification was something I had little exposture to before and I found it really interesting and relevant to today's cyber challenges. Since joining, I have been able to work with globally renowned clients and their different challenges and objectives. This makes the daily work really interesting and challenging!"

Joined C-Risk in 2022
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Delivery Manager

"Since joining C-Risk as a Delivery Manager, I have gained valuable new skills in information security and business thanks to various projects and trainings. When I applied to C-Risk, I wanted to be part of the CRQ journey. Every day is different as we have clients from different sectors, geographies and requirements. Working remotely with an international team is a great opportunity for me to progress in my career."

Joined C-Risk in 2022
sarah atiah cybersecurity consultant
Cybersecurity and Risk Management Consultant

"I initially applied to C-Risk because I wanted to do risk management and cyber risk quantification, after having worked in qualitative analysis. Quantitative methods made much more sense from a risk perspective. Since I started working here, I have discovered a real team spirit, a lot of trust between colleagues and a great flexibility in working hours. I also really like all the events that are organized all over Europe like company offsites and technical conferences."

Joined C-Risk in 2023

C-Risk is always on the lookout for exceptional candidates.

C-Risk is dedicated to the personal and professional growth of our employees. Are you a motivated cybersecurity and information security professional who values teamwork, is open to learning, and prioritizes clear communication?

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Our state of mind

At C-Risk, governance is participatory: when it comes to defining the company’s strategy, everyone contributes. Our organisation is not compartmentalised, each and every individual point of view is taken into account.

This allows us to be dynamic and to grow by adapting our offer to our clients’ needs. By carrying out a wide range of assignments, our employees develop multiple skills. For example, you will develop your persuasion skills, your teaching skills, and your ability to summarize information by making presentations to our clients' general managers. You will continuously learn in order to keep up to date with cutting edge technologies.

Our culture is based on effort and results, which means that we value our employees’ potential and abilities. Everyone is encouraged to use and apply their skills.

Our goal is to lead our clients to success and to offer them long term support. To achieve this, we always keep in mind the added value that we deliver through our support. We seek innovation only if it appears to be relevant.

This search for relevance is what led us to the FAIR™ standard, as it is the answer to the communication difficulties between business and IT teams: it establishes a common language, it makes cyber risk issues understandable to non-technical people and it explains how to set priorities in the face of the multiple cybersecurity solutions available.

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