Belfast cyber-tech company creates 200 jobs

A Silicon Valley cyber-security company is creating more than 200 jobs in Belfast.

The BBC reports that Imperva is establishing a new base in the city and aims to create 220 roles over the next three to five years.

Regional development agency Invest Northern Ireland has offered more than £1.4m towards the creation of the roles, which command an average salary of more than £30k and are available to graduates and experienced staff. 

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