Cyber Security Company Opens European Office in Dublin

Cyber Security

U.S. Cyber Security Company ReliaQuest will create 100 jobs in Ireland over the next 3 years with the launch of their brand new office.

A leader in Security Model Management, ReliaQuest announced the opening of their 1st office location outside of the United States in Leopardstown, Dublin. Founded in 2007, this company today employs over 300 staff across its 3 office locations in Tampa, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Dublin, Ireland. They will create 100 jobs in their Dublin office over the next 3 years. These will mainly be within their Security Operations Centre, consisting of security engineers, analysts and content developers. ReliaQuest is supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland.

Response

“We chose Dublin for several reasons, including its strong talent, the ease of travel back and forth from our headquarters in the US and around the rest of Europe, and the openness and focus on collaboration fostered by Ireland,” says ReliaQuest CEO Brian Murphy. “All of these things make Dublin a great place to be.”

Welcoming the announcement, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys said, “I am delighted to see ReliaQuest open their first European office in Dublin. This will result in the creation of over 100 highly skilled jobs and they will join a growing cluster of cyber security firms already based here. This is an exciting announcement in an increasingly important sector and I wish them every success.”

IDA Backing

Commenting on the announcement, IDA Ireland’s CEO Martin Shanahan said, “Ireland has become a significant base of international technology and security companies thanks to a growing, well-educated and flexible workforce with a rapidly increasing graduate output. I am delighted that ReliaQuest chose Ireland to be the location for its international expansion. As a committed member of the EU, overseas companies increasingly look to Ireland as a base from which to serve its customers in the region.”

Read more online at www.idaireland.com.

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