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Good news: 150 new jobs on the way for cyber security firm in Dublin

Ireland’s biggest homegrown cyber security firm is bringing 150 new jobs to its HQ in south Dublin.

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UP TO 150 new jobs will be created in Sandyford, Dublin as Ireland’s largest homegrown cyber security firm looks to double its size over the next two years.

Integrity360 currently employs 140 people and has offices in London, Birmingham and New York with its headquarters in south Dublin. Founded in 2005, the company has already doubled in size in the past 18 months as demand for its services has grown.

The company currently works with more than 300 companies at home and abroad.

Speaking at the announcement, CEO Eoin Goulding said: “[Our growth] reflects the relevance of IT security to businesses on their own growth path, both at home and in export markets.”

Around 50 of these positions are set to be filled by the end of the year with a further 100 added over the next few years. The majority of these will be technical roles, such as infosec consultants, security analysts and cyber risk and assurance consultants.

This news comes on the back of recent announcements of further jobs created in the IT sector, with many of the new positions announced for Limerick.

Supporting the company in its expansion is Enterprise Ireland, who will work with Integrity360 to recruit 44 of the new positions.

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor said that the announcement “shows that Ireland is to the forefront of development and innovation within the IT sector.”

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