After expanding into the UK last year, Ireland-based security VAR Integrity Solutions is planning to add a further 10 staff in 2013.
The Dublin-based outfit opened offices in London and Glasgow last April and almost doubled its headcount to 55 over the course of 2012.
Mark Evans, who joined last May from 2e2 as England country manager, said the VAR is not yet done on its expansion drive.
"We are looking for new premises in the Midlands and have onboarded a number of large enterprise customers," he said. "We have open headcount over the next 12 months."
Integrity provides design, implementation and support services around most of the big security vendors, including Check Point, F5, Websense, Imperva, Qualys and RSA. It also offers a 24/7 security managed service.
"Our sweet spot is medium to small enterprise," said Evans.
"If you were to take the whole operations in the UK, Ireland and the US, we are probably a similar size to Nebulas or SecureData. Our aspiration is to be the leading independent security service provider in the UK and Ireland."
Founded in 2005, Integrity claims to have racked up 200 customers and saw turnover rise by 27 per cent to €9.2m (£7.9m) in 2011, with sales set to hit €11.2m last year.
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