U.S. cyber security company ReliaQuest to offer 100 jobs in Dublin

  • Cyber security company ReliaQuest plans to create 100 jobs over the next 3 years in a new Dublin office, including engineers, security analysts, and content developers.

    The cyber security scene has exploded in recent years with the looming threat of data breaches and intellectual property theft.  US based cyber security firm ReliaQuest seeks to help enterprise security teams rethink their reliance on any one technology, automate security outcomes, and raise the profile of security within large organisations. The company currently employs 300 people across Las Vegas, Nevada and Tampa, Florida.

    ReliaQuest is now opening its first European office in Leopardstown, Dublin, and hopes to create 100 new security engineers, analysts and content developer jobs in the office over the next three years. The company has been included on numerous commendable business lists including Deloitte Technology Fast 500 (at number 214), and was listed as one of FORTUNE Magazine's Top 100 Medium Workplaces. The Irish expansion is being partially funded by Irish taxpayers through Grant Aid from IDA Ireland.

    "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," explained Brian Murphy, Company’s Chief Executive. "We will double in size in all of our locations across the US and in Dublin in 2019 and continue that trend for the foreseeable future. We have a history of focused and rapid growth, and Ireland is a big part of that growth."


    SOURCES: IDA Ireland, Independent.ie

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