Cybersecurity player Integrity360 to create 150 jobs in Dublin
Sandyford-based Integrity360 is a prime example of an indigenous Irish tech company growing on the global stage. Image: Misa Marac/Shutterstock

Cybersecurity player Integrity360 to create 150 jobs in Dublin

1 Nov 2016828 Views

Integrity360 will hire 50 people this year, and a further 100 people next year, to bolster its international expansion.

In an Enterprise Ireland-backed investment, Integrity360 is set to double in size.

Development of the company’s managed security-services platform is expected to propel growth in the next two years.

‘Supporting Irish companies with the ambition to scale globally is a key priority for Enterprise Ireland’

The company is Ireland’s largest indigenous cybersecurity firm and currently employs 140 people, with international operations in London, Birmingham and New York.

The expansion was cited by Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD, as an example of an Irish indigenous company that has grown and developed to compete on a global scale.

IT security goes mainstream

Integrity360 CEO Eoin Goulding said the expansion reflects the relevance of IT security to the growth plan of most businesses today.

“IT security is central to business development in terms of enabling growth, improving efficiency and productivity in organisations, as well as reducing risk.”

“The announcement of 150 new jobs is another important milestone for us. We have a very talented team that we are proud of and look forward to adding to.”

The new positions are across a variety of departments in the organisation, with a large proportion of technical roles, including infosec consultants, security analysts, and cyber risk and assurance consultants.

Eleven years in business, the firm has doubled employee numbers over the past 18 months and this latest announcement will see it double again in the next two years.

“Enterprise Ireland has been working with Integrity360 since 2012 and seen first-hand how this innovative company has gone from strength to strength, growing a strong customer base internationally and recruiting people at home,” said Julie Sinnamon, CEO of Enterprise Ireland.

“Supporting Irish companies with the ambition to scale globally is a key priority for Enterprise Ireland and we look forward to working closely with Integrity360 to optimise their full international growth potential, creating and sustaining jobs in Ireland.”

John Kennedy
By John Kennedy

John Kennedy is an award-winning technology journalist who served as editor of for 17 years. He joined Silicon Republic in 2002 to become the fulcrum of the company’s news service. He received of the Irish Internet Association’s NetVisionary Technology Journalist Award 2005 and saw awarded ‘Best Technology Site’ at the Irish Web Awards seven times. In 2011 he received the David Manley Award commending him for his dedication to covering entrepreneurs. His interests include all things technological, music, movies, reading, history, gaming and losing the occasional game of poker.

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