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Sunday 11 December 2016

Irish cyber security firm Integrity360 to create 150 new jobs

Published 01/11/2016 | 10:01

Stock photo: Getty Images/Cultura RF
Stock photo: Getty Images/Cultura RF

Irish security firm Integrity360 is to create 150 new jobs at its headquarters in Sandyford, Dublin as the company looks to deal with strong demand for its services here and abroad.

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The company will conclude recruitment for 50 positions by the end of this year with a further 100 set to be added by the end of 2018, which will see it double in size.

The jobs will be spread across a variety of areas including infosec consultants, security analysts, and cyber risk and assurance consultants.

Integrity360 was founded 11 years ago and has doubled its staff count over the past 18 months. It currently employs 140 people operating out of Dublin, the UK, and the US.

Chief executive Eoin Goulding expressed his delight at the new additions.

"This reflects the relevance of IT security to businesses on their own growth path, both at home and in export markets. IT security, is central to business development in terms of enabling growth, improving efficiency and productivity in organisations, as well as reducing risk.”

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