Cybersecurity provider Integrity360 has invested €8m in a new Dublin security operations centre (SOC) and unveiled plans to create 200 jobs over the next three years.
Having made a series of acquisitions since taking on August Equity as a backer in June 2021, Integrity360 has around 500 staff and expects its 2023 revenues to exceed €115m.
The new SOC will enable Integrity360 to provide MDR, EDR and XDR solutions for customers in Ireland and further afield, it said.
It also plans to create around 200 jobs in the next three years, the majority of which it said will be for cyber security consultants, analysts and architects.
Following its acquisitions of British Caretower, Swedish Netsecure and pan-European Advantio, Integrity360 is now represented in the UK, Bulgaria, Italy, Sweden, Spain, Lithuania, and Ukraine and claims to serve approximately 2,000 customers across the continent.
“We are delighted to have made a further significant investment in Ireland with the opening of our new state of the art facility in Sandyford, which includes our largest SOC,” Integrity360 CEO Ian Brown said.
“The 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. It will allow us to further strengthen our position across Europe and the UK as a leading cyber security specialist.”
Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney who attended the opening of the new SOC, added: “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 at the forefront of development and innovation in the cyber security space.”