Trustwave says it’s hiring hundreds to grow its cybersecurity business in Chicago
Trustwave, the Chicago-based information security firm that helps businesses protect against cyberattacks, unveiled its expanded headquarters and announced an internship program with the City Colleges of Chicago Monday at an event with Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
CEO Robert McCullen said he plans to hire about 100 employees in Chicago this year. Once construction wraps up on a second floor of the expansion — at 70 W. Madison St. in the Loop, where Trustwave has its existing headquarters — the company plans to add another 300 in that space, he said. The company said it expects the construction to be done by the end of the year.