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Start-ups pushing the boundaries

Trustev and Barricade are two security start-ups using Cork to reach the rest of the world

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

6th September, 2015

Cork Airport business park is, naturally, on the bounds of what any visitor would think of as the city no matter what the technical boundary may be.

Two of the most promising IT security start-ups around are located there in the same building, with Trustev just a quick walk up the stairs from Barricade.

For David Coallier, founder of Barricade, setting up in Cork made a lot of sense. “Doing the competitive analysis, we found...

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