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From left: New Maryland-Sunbury MLA Jeff Carr; Steven Burns, president and chief operating officer of Bulletproof Solutions; Greg Turner, minister responsible for Opportunities NB; and Service New Brunswick Minister Mary Wilson. Image: Government of New Brunswick

N.B. cybersecurity company adding 240 jobs

By Brad Perry Nov 27, 2023 | 7:00 AM

A New Brunswick IT and cybersecurity company plans to triple its workforce over the next four years.

Fredericton-based Bulletproof Solutions says it plans to create 240 new full-time positions.

The province is offering the company up to $1.8 million in payroll rebates to make it happen.

“We are well positioned for this major expansion in our value stream offerings, which will lead to employment growth in this region to support export sales and services,” Steven Burns, president and chief operating officer of Bulletproof Solutions, said in a news release.

The new positions include security analysts, bilingual service desk agents, Microsoft Cloud security experts, Microsoft Cloud security specialists, and security pen testers.

Bulletproof has offices across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.