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Binarii Labs to create more than 100 new jobs by 2027

5 Jul 2024

The new jobs will include roles in specialist deep tech research and development, data security, tech and customer support, and marketing and business development.

Data security company Binarii Labs has today (5 July) announced plans to create more than 100 new tech and support jobs by 2027.

The announcement was made at Binarii Lab’s headquarters at NovaUCD Dublin, where it was also revealed that the company has secured a €400,000 investment from Enterprise Ireland’s High Potential Start-up (HPSU) fund, bringing the total amount raised by the company to €3m.

Binarii Labs has created 20 jobs in recent months, with the remaining roles expected to be in the areas of specialist deep tech research and development, data security, tech and customer support, marketing and business development. 

The start-up provides a range of services including secure end-to-end document management and assistance in migrating to distributed ledger technology (DLT) infrastructure. It will use the funding to support its R&D plans and grow the international demand for BinariiDSP, its patented data security platform. The service enables SMEs to protect, own and control personal and stakeholder data, without the need for a third-party data storage provider.

Speaking at today’s announcement at NovaUCD, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Peter Burke, TD welcomed Binarii Lab’s plans to scale and grow the company and its workforce. 

He acknowledged the importance of data security for Irish and international businesses. “Binarii Labs is providing tangible solutions to enable enterprises to securely store and share their data,” said Burke.

Aidan Finn, CEO and co-founder of Binarii Labs, said it is the company’s mission to give enterprises, particularly SMEs, 100pc control of their data, “whilst providing unrivalled and indisputable transparency around any data securing and secure data sharing actions”. 

He noted the company’s commitment to becoming a global leader in data security, privacy and sovereignty, with hopes that BinariiDSP will become the ‘go to’ integration for any business.

Donnchadh Cullinan, the head of ICT HPSU at Enterprise Ireland highlighted the cybersecurity challenges faced by global businesses. “The company has made great progress in a short space of time to develop innovative proprietary solutions in data security,” he said.

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Laura Varley
By Laura Varley

Laura Varley is a Careers reporter at Silicon Republic. She has a background in technology PR and journalism and is borderline obsessed with film and television, the theatre, Marvel and Mayo GAA. She is currently trying to learn how to knit.

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