DocuSign to open Dublin centre of excellence
14 November 2016 | 0
DocuSign has announced the opening of a cybersecurity centre of excellence in Dublin. The centre will be committed to conducting research into cyberattacks and trends, while developing tools for the advanced detection of such threats.
The project is supported by the Dept of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation through IDA Ireland.
“Our customers are committed to undertaking digital transformations which are underpinned by a high level of security and trust,” commented Eoin Hinchy, director of information security at DocuSign.
“This trust can only be built on a weight of cybersecurity intelligence and a culture of constant innovation that ensures their data is safeguarded. With the proliferation of cyberattacks continuing to grow every day, it is essential to stay ahead of these challenges and mitigate any risk. This is exactly what the research and development and the customised security tools from the centre of excellence will help us do.”
The centre is expected to play a significant role in maintaining and building upon the trust that more than 250,000 companies and more than 100 million users across 188 countries who put their trust in the DocuSign Global Trust Network to complete nearly 1 million transactions per day.