We believe that revolutionising a $30bn industry is a huge undertaking. We’re looking for new team members who will share our passion and help us solve some of the most challenging security problems around today. If you’re seeking great technical challenges and are excited to work in an open, collaborative and diverse workplace, we’d love to hear from you.

You will join a team where creativity, autonomy and pride in what we deliver is highly valued. We will provide a challenging, supportive and fast moving working environment where you will have the opportunity to develop new skills, learn about new technology and shape your future career.

We aren’t just focused on being a great place to work – we offer a wide range of benefits and our social committee is dedicated to providing a fun and inclusive environment for the whole Garrison team. You’ll be able to get involved in regular events, including (but in no way limited to) video game nights, wine tastings, theatre trips, secret cinema trips, summer picnics… and robot wars.

We love working at Garrison. If you think you would too, please check out our open positions below, or at, or get in touch at

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This is an incredibly important partnership to us and we are delighted to be able to offer such a great resource to our team to support our mental health! ...

This year has been particularly challenging and the impact on mental health has been noticeable for many of us. To mark #MentalHealthAwareness week at Garrison, we are encouraging all our staff to take extra care of their mental health.
We’ve come up with a series of daily challenges and activities designed to help the Garrison community take time out of their day to care for themselves.

Today, on #IWD2021 we are celebrating women’s achievements. At Garrison we are privileged to have many inspiring women and male allies who stand in solidarity to challenge inequality, call out bias, question stereotypes, and help forge an inclusive world.
From challenge comes change, so let’s all #choosetochallenge