The Alumnitool on LinkedIn can help you gain insight into possible careers after you finish your degree. It can also help you get in contact with an alumnus or alumna of your degree programme or other programmes. Nearly all graduates have a LinkedIn profile and can answer questions about your future career. They’re often more than happy to share their experiences with you. The video belows explains how the alumnitool works, and how you can use search criteria to find career information that is relevant to you.
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I help international clients on a strategic and legal level to get ahead of cyber risk
“While today’s fast-paced technology innovation powers new strategic initiatives, it also opens new doors for cyber criminals. They target financial assets and personal data, but also intellectual property and critical infrastructure. My job at Deloitte is to help various international clients on a strategic and legal level to get ahead of cyber risk so their business can keep moving forward. The Master’s has proven to be valuable for my work at Deloitte because it is internationally oriented and has given me a solid legal background on contemporary security problems, such as cyber warfare.”