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Cybersecurity firm Integrity360 has announced an €8 million investment in a new Security Operations Centre facility in Co Dublin.

The company is also set to create around 200 jobs across the group over the next three years, with 50 of the new roles based in Ireland.

The majority of the openings will be for cybersecurity consultants, analysts and architects.

Integrity360 currently employs around 100 people in Ireland and approximately 500 across the wider group.

The new Security Operations Centre is based in the Termini building in Sandyford and spans 16,000 sq ft.

It is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies and infrastructure, along with modern collaboration areas, workspaces and meeting rooms.

Integrity360 was founded in Co Dublin in 2005.

“This investment is another significant step in our growth plans as we look to expand our team, and enhance our service offering to help our customers stay ahead of the merging threat landscape,” said Ian Brown, Chief Executive and Chairman of Integrity360.

Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney welcomed the announcement.

“Integrity360 is an Irish indigenous company that has grown and developed to compete on a global scale and the announcement today of 200 new jobs globally with 50 based here in Dublin shows that Ireland is to the forefront of development and innovation in the cybersecurity space,” Mr Coveney said.

Leo Clancy, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, said it has been working with Integrity360 since 2012.

“It is a testament to the vision and hard work of the team that this Irish company has grown to be a significant international player in the growing cyber security sector working with global brands,” Mr Clancy said.


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