Tenable Network Security Announce New Jobs

Global cybersecurity leader, Tenable Network Security, has announced the creation of 100 new jobs with the opening of its new office in the Dublin Docklands.

Amit Yoran, chairman and CEO of Tenable, and the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O'Connor TD, attended the official opening.

Minister O'Connor said: "I warmly welcome the establishment of your international headquarters here in Dublin and the announcement that this will create an additional 100 jobs over the next two years. The ICT Sector has made extraordinary advances in recent years, but these advances bring their own security challenges. That's where companies like Tenable come in. These jobs are an additional boost to the 6,000 already working in cybersecurity here. I wish you and your team the very best and I look forward to watching your company thrive and grow in the coming years."

Mr Yoran added: "Tenable is a fast-paced, innovative security company, so it's only natural we chose Dublin, a city known around the world for its tech talent, as the home of our first international headquarters. I'm grateful to the Minister and IDA for this warm welcome, and I'm excited for Tenable to be part of this great community."


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