100 new jobs for Cork in cyber security firm

100 new jobs for Cork in cyber security firm

100 jobs are on the way to Cork.

A Canadian cybersecurity company is hiring for a new European Headquarters and Security Operations Centre, with the support of the IDA.

eSentire say they looked at several locations as potential European bases, and were extremely impressed with the technical talent in Cork.

They are looking to hire security forensics analysts as well as software development and sales professionals.


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