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Smarttech247 announces jobs and investment for Cork

Written by Robert McHugh, on 17th Feb 2021. Posted in Technology

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Smarttech247 yesterday announced plans to hire 30 more staff in Cork to support their continued growth and expansion. The cybersecurity firm is investing in threat intelligence and continuous R&D capabilities to keep pace with the ever-expanding threat landscape. 
 
The 30 new positions are now available across Finance, International Sales, Business Analysis, SOC Engineering, Marketing and HR. All of the roles will be based at the company’s Cork offices and Smarttech247 is facilitating remote working according to public health guidelines. Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney, who officially opened the company’s base in the city in 2018 returned for this announcement yesterday, this time in a virtual capacity.
 
The firm is investing heavily in R&D in Ireland and international sales offices and is  working on new products for launch this year and recruits from this round of hiring will support this plan and help grow its customer base.  
 
Speaking yesterday, Minister Coveney said, "In these challenging times it is welcome news to be able to announce new cybersecurity jobs for Ireland.The Smarttech247 story is a great example of what can be achieved with the combined ambition and talent of an Irish firm. It’s been inspirational to see their international growth and achievements, thanks to hard work and determination at all levels in the company. I wish them luck with this recruitment round, and in all their exciting plans for 2021."
 
Smarttech247’s founder and CEO, Ronan Murphy added, "Our team constantly maintains an expert level of knowledge of the complex and evolving threat landscape. Our cutting-edge skills and dedication to protecting clients have allowed the company to earn its reputation as a trusted provider and market leader.  We have exciting plans for 2021 that will allow us to innovate further in the infosec world for our customers and this recruitment drive is the first step. I’m looking forward to welcoming our new team members."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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