Cyber security company to create 100 jobs in Dublin

A hundred jobs are being created at a cyber security software firm in Dublin.

Cyber security company to create 100 jobs in Dublin

A hundred jobs are being created at a cyber security software firm in Dublin.

It follows a €10m investment in Vectra by the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund. The company is setting up a new research and development centre in the capital.

The jobs will come on stream over the next five years.

Fergal McAleavey, Head of Private Equity of ISIF, said: "This is an exciting investment for ISIF that promises significant economic impact. It is encouraging to see Ireland leverage its emerging expertise in artificial intelligence by attracting businesses such as Vectra that are on the leading edge of technology.

"With cybersecurity becoming critical for all organisations, we are confident Vectra will deliver a strong economic return on our investment while creating high-value R&D employment."

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