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OneLogin opens new Dublin office and creates 30 new roles

Written by Robert McHugh, on 4th Dec 2019. Posted in Technology

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OneLogin yesterday opened a new EMEA headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 30 new roles.

Founded in 2009 by two Danish brothers, Thomas and Christian Pedersen, OneLogin enables organisations to deliver a simple and secure way for employees to access apps and data, anytime from anywhere.   

The new Dublin team, led by Elle Lathrop, will be responsible for driving sales, engineering and customer services activities across the EMEA region and will be hiring various other cross-functional roles including marketing, security and operations.

It hopes to fill the 30 new roles, based out of the Iconic Offices, Greenway Building in Dublin 2, before the end of 2020.

In total, OneLogin employs over 300 employees and has entities in the US, UK, Netherlands, Germany, Mexico, Australia, and Japan. Clients include Tesco, Fairfax Media, NTT Data, Fujitsu Social Science Laboratory and the British Red Cross. 

Welcoming the announcement yesterday, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys said, "I warmly welcome the news that OneLogin will set up their EMEA HQ in Dublin, resulting in the creation of 30 highly skilled jobs. Cybersecurity is an increasingly important sector and Ireland has the talent pool, Government support and academic commitment that encourages companies like OneLogin to join the growing list of global firms coming here."

CEO of OneLogin, Brad Brooks added, "Ireland is fast establishing itself as a strategic technology innovation hub and one with an incredible pool of talent.  We see the office opening in Dublin as an important move in the growth plans for OneLogin’s global business."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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