United Kingdom
About The Role


  • Help to develop, document and disseminate information security policies, procedures, and guidelines.
  • Monitoring IT Security controls in place to ensure compliance with security policies and procedures.
  • Take global ownership of core security areas, both in active processes and projects on the security roadmap. This includes creating policies, managing the development of the areas and reporting to the Global Security team on the state of this areas.
  • Perform and update BIA procedures once per year for your assigned territory.
  • Perform periodical fit gap analysis, based on Global policies and procedures.
  • Assist the development team to implement DevSecOps methodology and security by design concept.
  • Facilitate and assist inboth internal and external security audits.
  • Facilitate and assist in both internal and external pentests.
  • Actively identify and resolve vulnerabilities in the Kinly technical environment, policies and security domains.
  • Assist other departments in structurally hardening and mitigating of vulnerabilities laid bare by vulnerability scanning, pentests, audit or other sources.
  • Perform incident response and incident management duties covering security and privacy domains.
  • Document and follow up on risk assessment results.
  • Assist other departments in developing and maintaining privacy principles, policies, controls and extract and report on security KPI’s.
  • Educating colleagues about security software and best practices for information security (participating actively on security awareness).
  • Take the ownership of ISO27001 auditing process and certification, also updating policies and procedures, and checking compliance level.
  • Perform local and territory-specific security activities along Global guidelines.
  • Keeping up to date with developments in IT security standards and threats.
  • Keep up with training in cybersecurity and relevant fields in order to expand your knowledge and skills.


  • Advise departments on the application of security in client projects.
  • Help establish Security and Privacy by Design principles for new projects/ applications.
  • Work with third parties to answer their security-related questions about both projects and the Kinly organization.


About The Candidate

Experience and Skills Required

  • A degree in Computer Science or in a technology-related field is desirable.
  • Professional information security certification is a plus (CySA+, CASP+, CISSP, Security+, CISA, CISM, ISO27001 Lead Auditor).
  • Knowledge and experience with Project Management.
  • Experience in an information security role.
  • Solid knowledge of information security frameworks (ISO27001, NIST, etc).
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Technical aptitude, ability to work with different technologies and security domains (incident response, vulnerability management, security awareness, etc).
  • Ability to educate a non-technical audience about various security measures.
  • Effective verbal and written English communication skills.
  • A desire to learn about information security and the industry Kinly operates within.
About Kinly:

Kinly provides secure and flexible visual collaboration solutions that make it easier to work better together.

At Kinly, we think working together is the most exciting thing in the world. Our vision is to engage people in a world of possibilities. Our brand promise is Working together. Everywhere. Our role is to provide a seamless and reliable experience that enables people to work together, in different spaces and places.

Kinly has over 1,200 employees and its solutions and services include video conferencing, audio visual integration, cloud solutions and unified communications and collaboration. Kinly serves corporate and public customers from established office locations in the Netherlands, Norway, India, UK, USA, Hong Kong, and Singapore.