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Varonis to create 120 jobs in Cork

Written by Robert McHugh, on 8th Jun 2021. Posted in Technology

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Varonis Systems announced today the opening of its new and expanded office space in Cork City at Penrose Dock. Varonis is expected to double its employee headcount, creating approximately 60 jobs – ranging from tech support, research and development, human resources, and sales – over the next three years.
 
Founded in 2005, Varonis protects organisations’ most sensitive data – including financial information, intellectual property and confidential employee and patient records. Companies turn to Varonis to detect insider threats and cyberattacks like ransomware and ensure compliance with regulations like the GDPR. The company is headquartered in New York City and today employs approximately 1,800 employees worldwide. The company opened its first Cork location in 2017. 
 
Welcoming the news, An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin said, "I’m delighted to welcome today’s announcement by Varonis of the opening of its new and expanded office space in Cork City, at Penrose Dock, along with the creation of 60 new jobs over the next three years. This is very welcome news for Cork and is a testament to Cork and Ireland’s continued attractiveness for high-quality investment and jobs."

Chief Human Resources Officer at Varonis, Dana Shahar added, "We are thrilled to expand in Cork at the beautiful new Penrose Dock to support our customers across Europe and throughout the world. Cork is known for its wealth of talented, dedicated employees, and it is a great fit for us as we continue to grow."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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