Microsoft’s new cyber security centre creates 85 jobs in Belfast

Tech giant Microsoft is to create 85 new jobs at a new cyber security centre in Belfast.

The BBC reports the Department for the Economy is providing £800k in funding for pre-employment training places at Belfast Met, while regional development agency Invest Northern Ireland has offered £150k to support the creation of 25 of the 85 planned roles.

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