Ireland’s Integrity360 merges with Sweden’s Netsecure

Combined with Sweden’s Netsecure, the enhanced group expects sales of circa €110m during 2023.

Irish cybersecurity player Integrity360 has merged with Stockholm-based Netsecure. The combined group will be known as Integrity360.

The merger will enable Integrity360 to expand into the Nordic region, with Netsecure serving as its platform, and operating with the benefit of the full resources and capability of the existing Integrity360 business.

“Our resources and track record are now considerable with over 250 cybersecurity engineers, analysts, consultants and specialists”

Netsecure was founded in 2015, employs approximately 40 employees and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. For the last four years, Netsecure has achieved growth rates of over 35% pa and during 2023 expects sales of circa €10m. 2022 was also a highly successful year for the Integrity360 group with order growth of approximately 30% and sales of circa €85m.

Going global

“This is a significant and exciting milestone for us, and we are delighted to welcome the Netsecure team to Integrity360,” said Ian Brown, executive chair of Integrity360.

“The enhanced group will now significantly expand our activities and services throughout the Nordic region, in addition to continuing our growth as the leading independent cyber security services specialist throughout the UK and Ireland. 2023 will also see the group expand into other major geographic markets.

“Our resources and track record are now considerable with over 250 cybersecurity engineers, analysts, consultants and specialists, the group provides a comprehensive range of end-to-end services and solutions to business organisations for all their cyber security needs. The group’s innovative range of services were recently recognised for a third time in a Gartner market guide, namely as a Representative Vendor in the Gartner market guide for Managed Detection and Response services and we look forward to offering those and other innovative cyber services to the Netsecure customers in the coming weeks and months”.

Combined with Netsecure, the enhanced group expects sales of circa €110m during 2023 and, in addition to Netsecure, expects to complete further acquisitions as part of its Pan European expansion plan during the year. All of Netsecure’s employees will remain with the group, bringing the headcount of Integrity360 group to around 360 people.

“Our skills combined with those of Integrity360 will provide an extension of our portfolio of professional, support and managed services,” Jan Lindblom, founder and managing director of Netsecure.

“This is great news for employees, customers, and partners. Our two companies are highly complementary, with common strengths in cyber infrastructure, and SIEM technologies. In addition, our teams are a great cultural fit and we are excited to help Integrity360 serve even more customers and provide new opportunities for our own employees to thrive as part of the enlarged group. I look forwarding to working closely with Ian and the Integrity360 team as we ramp up our expansion over the coming years.”

John Kennedy
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