Irish IT security firm Integrity Solutions is to create 25 new jobs in Ireland and the UK. The company reported a 27pc increase in revenues to €9.2m in 2012 and expects turnover to increase by more than 20pc to €11.2m in 2012.
Fifteen of the new jobs will be created in 2012 with the remainder to be recruited in early 2013.
The roles will include IT security consultants and specialists, as well as English and Scottish country managers.
Nineteen of the new jobs will be based at Integrity’s Dublin HQ with the remaining six to be based in the UK.
The company said an increase in demand for its managed security service because of the rise of cybercrime is primarily driving growth in employee numbers and revenues.
Integrity will grow its overall employee base by 85pc from 30 to 55 people.
Integrity’s managing director Eoin Goulding said: “The IT security landscape is rapidly evolving as new threats emerge and organisations face stringent data regulations.”