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Digital transformation is only as sustainable as the trust its users have in it.   That’s why cyber security is now at the front and centre of technological advance.   We'll find a place for your skills where you can protect the digital future for everyone.


We are losing the cyber race

– and falling behind at an accelerating pace.  Almost every week adversary nations use their advanced
cyber skills to burrow deeply into the information systems that control our government, our electric utilities, other critical infrastructure, and the US companies that do business around the world.

A major cause of our stumbling is that we face an extreme shortage of people with specialized technical security skills – vulnerability analysis, intrusion detection, digital forensics, reverse engineering, protocol analysis, penetration testing, secure network engineering, and computer network attack, to name but a few. Without tens of thousands of people with these specialized skills, we are “blind and dumb” – unable to see most attacks, unable to engineer our systems to block most attacks, unable to identify all of what has been stolen, unable to find the systems that have been infected, unable to eradicate the infections, and, on the offensive side, unable to dominate in cyber space.

The good news is that many young people are considering careers in cyber security and with the right training, they will help fill the gap. Those drawn to the field are motivated by a variety of reasons. Some are looking for a challenge, others want a job that makes a difference, and still others want to solve computer crime, or better yet, help avoid it.

One thing is clear: as the cyber race goes on, the top technical jobs in information security are increasing in importance.


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Dreams come true:

The world’s most secure smartphone

Afact.JPGt DarkMatter, you’ll do more than offer strategic advice to clients. You’ll have the opportunity to develop secure products for them too. KATIM Phone is the first of many products that fulfil our promise of end-to-end cyber security solutions. Built to address the prevalence of security breaches via mobile devices, KATIM was developed by DarkMatter in just 12 months, showcasing a working method that brings new ideas to market at speed.


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1) We are the first full-service cyber-security company in the Middle East.

2) Because we are new company, you can create products and services from a blank sheet of paper, rather than building on legacy systems.

3) We believe in succeeding at things other people have decided are impossible.

4) You’ll see the results of what you do applied to real-world problems.

5) You’ll work alongside the brightest and the best in your field.

6) You’ll work as part of a team to get things done, rather than duplicating the effort of others and competing with them to solve the same problems.

At DarkMatter we beleive in letting our employees speak for themselves!

DarkMatter is a fast-growing, fast-changing company. It can be challenging for people who need order and certainty but it’s thrilling for those who seek variety and novelty. Those who succeed tend to display courage, determination, resilience and curiosity.
• We attract tier-one global talent. Every DarkMatter employee, from engineers to vice presidents, has demonstrated sustained innovation, excellence and impact in their work. • DarkMatter is the only cyber security company in the Middle East region, and one of an elite few globally to offer an end-to-end portfolio of solutions ranging from advisory and infrastructure provision, through to intellectual property and end-user devices. • We engage the highest calibre of cyber-security experts, who have undergone exhaustive vetting by governments and large corporations, and so are trusted implicitly by our clients.
We aim to create a workplace that is efficient, effective, and open to knowledge transfer. In 2018 alone DarkMatter staff covered nearly 750,000 km for professional development whilst attending 190 training events. We offer ongoing programmes of training and professional learning alongside on-the-job learning assignments, mentored by our senior and mid-level staff.