Thursday, November 01 11:43:45
Irish IT security specialist and cybercrime fighters, Integrity Solutions, today said that it is recruiting 25 new employees across its Irish and UK offices in an expansion programme.
This will include 19 new employees in its Dublin headquarters and 6 new employees in the UK.
With the new positions, Integrity will grow its overall employee base by up to 85pc from 30 to 55, it said.
Recruitment has begun with some key roles having been hired in recent weeks including Mark Evans as England country manager and Steve Durnan as Scotland country manager.
It said that increase in demand for its managed security service is primarily driving growth in employee numbers and revenues.
In 2011, Integrity increased its revenues by 27pc to E9.2m and expects turnover to increase by more than 20pc to E11.2m in 2012.
With the on-going rise in cybercrime and increasingly strict data compliance regulations, businesses are looking to add further protection for their data, systems, employees and clients, Integrity said.
"The IT security landscape is rapidly evolving as new threats emerge and organisations face stringent data regulations. Our proactive managed IT security service offers guaranteed real time levels of protection and is proving to be very popular in Ireland, and increasingly so in the UK. To ensure we are delivering the best possible service to our growing client base, we have decided to make this significant increase in employee numbers. We are in the process of recruiting some very talented people who will provide us with an even stronger managed service proposition in both Ireland and the UK," said Eoin Goulding, managing director, Integrity Solutions.