DUBLIN & LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Data privacy consultancy Securys is opening in Dublin, its first office outside the UK, to serve Ireland’s growth economy of local and multinational businesses, and to help deliver privacy in an increasingly data-driven world.

It is the first step in expansion plans that will see the firm opening additional offices across Europe and beyond over the next few years to serve its global customer base.

The largest specialist privacy consultancy in the UK, Securys has earned a reputation for integrating the fundamental human right to privacy into a business proposition that wins client companies a competitive edge.

Founder and Principal Ben Rapp says, “Ireland has become a European digital centre on top of its strong domestic economy. The recent expansion of the Irish regulator shows a commitment to privacy that provides the ideal climate for our key business purpose.

“We are committed to delivering a

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COVID Deaths in 1 Day – March 15th, 2021
US: 751 https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/
UK: 64 https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/
Canada: 32 https://health-infobase.canada.ca/
Ireland: 0 https://www.gov.ie/
India: 131 https://www.mohfw.gov.in/

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A spike in interest rates since the start of the year has accelerated a rotation out of high-growth technology stocks and into value stocks poised to benefit from a reopening of the economy.

The Nasdaq has fallen more than 10% over the past month as the Dow has soared to record highs, with a spike in the 10-year US Treasury yield acting as the main catalyst. It

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