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Cybersecurity System Integration Developer

  • By Sylwia Lupa
  • 4 November 2022

You will have a chance to join one of the largest banking institution in the world.


The Cyber Security Technology function supports a number of technologies and services across a globally dispersed team. This includes, Data Loss Prevention, Security Infrastructure and vulnerability management. These collective teams assure critical functions and billions of pounds worth of transactions across the organization.


Your responsibilities

  • Supporting the delivery and operating Strategy
  • Providing key representation for and source of expertise on all issues
  • Support the delivery of tooling to implement controls ensuring compliance with HSBC Data Security policies and standards
  • Collaborate to drive the implementation of the enterprise wide and regional / business level IT Strategy
  • Ensure information security requirements are adhered to globally by ensuring effective compliance and measures are in place
  • Drive engagement with all relevant regional and global stakeholders (cyber security colleagues across Strategy and Architecture, Security Shared Services, Security Engineering and business and IT Functions).



  • Understanding of Data Security fundamentals
  • Cross skilled across DLP products (ideally least 2 from Symantec DLP, McAfee CASB and MIP data classification products)
  • Operational, basic administration and scripting knowledge of Windows and Linux platforms
  • Full stack development – experience of any of Python (essential), NodeJS, Java, Apache HTTP Server, IIS, NGINX, Tomcat, Database (Postgres, MSSQL, Sqllite, MongoDB)
  • API usage/development (REST / WS)
  • Solution implementation / design / architecture on distributed systems.
  • Troubleshooting / problem resolution
  • Development/security testing and related tools (e.g. Unit testing / UI testing / SonarIQ)



  • Formal education in Information Security, Cybersecurity, Computer Science or similar and/or commensurate demonstrated work experience
  • Industry qualifications (CISSP, CISA, CISM)
  • Agile methodology/iterative design/development
  • Additional knowledge/understanding of Jenkins, Git, GitHub, Nexus, Splunk
  • Continuous service improvement including stability, scalability & capacity management
  • Broad understanding of common network, application, and cloud security controls


They can offer:

  • Excellent and positive work environment
  • A stable role with a consistent set of responsibilities
  • Career development prospects within the multi-national leading financial organization
  • Private health care and employees’ benefits
    • sharing the costs of sports activities, sharing the costs of foreign language classes, sharing the costs of professional training & courses, life insurance, retirement pension plan

Note: Prepare your CV in English (PDF), fill in the form, and apply! 🙂

Please include in your CV the following clause necessary for the recruitment process:

“I agree to the processing of personal data that I have made available voluntarily in the recruitment process by the Administrator of personal data, i.e. Dotcommunity Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością [Ltd.] based in Cracow, 15 Żabiniec Street, 31-215 Cracow, registered in Poland, the Cracow’s District Court – Śródmieście, XI Commercial Division of the National Court Register under number 0000468484, VAT number: 9452174499, (“Dotcommunity”) in order to carry out the recruitment process for the Cybersecurity System Integration Developer on the basis of Art.6 item 1a of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation)”