Why become a Member?

  • Influence – Cyber Ireland works closely with government and national policy makers to represent the Cyber Security Cluster and advocate for their needs.
  • Community – Meet, share & learn through our networking events and Working Groups.
  • Talent – Input into the Talent agenda and address the skills gap through improving industry-academic engagement and promoting cyber security careers & pathways.
  • R&D – We match-make industry & academic research partners with available R&D funding.
  • Business Growth – Promote your business through our network & events

Who Can Join?

Membership is open to all companies and organisations (not individuals) which are deemed to provide or consume, to some extent, cyber security products and/or services, or play an important role in Ireland’s cyber security sector, including government agencies and knowledge providers. Organisations must have operations, or be registered, in Ireland. The list of Cyber Security Operations are listed in the membership brochure.

How to Join?

You can join Cyber Ireland by registering your membership online. The membership year runs from 1st June 2021 to 31st May 2022, regardless the month the membership is formalised. The membership fee is calculated on the overall size of your organisation – for all operations, not just cyber, and internationally. If you have questions before signing up or on your organisations membership category, please get in touch with us: Eoin.Byrne@CyberIreland.ie

New Members

New members must complete the Membership Application Form, which we will review and contact you.

Membership Renewal

To renew your membership, you can pay by Credit Card or Request an Invoice at the Munster Technological Institute payment webpage:

Membership Categories

Micro Enterprise (<10) – 100€*

Small-size Company (10 – 49) – 500€*

Medium-size Company (50 – 249) – 1000€*

Large Company / MNC (>250) – 2000€*

Knowledge Provider – 750€*

Goverment Body or NGO – FREE

  • VAT is not applicable to Membership

  • Category is based on a company’s overall operations, not just cyber security a company’s global headcount, not only Irish operations