Cyber Security Firm To Create 100 New Jobs

Cyber security firm Vectra is to create up to 100 new jobs following an investment of €10million by the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF).

The company is using the investment to establish a new research and development centre.

ISIF's Fergal McAleavey said the investment promised significant economic impact.


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