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Tech giants heap pressure on Irish cyber security office

The National Cyber Security Centre is facing increasing demands on its resources above and beyond its European peers, confidential papers show

25th November, 2018

Ireland’s success in attracting tech giants such as Google and Facebook is placing “sustained and ongoing” pressure on the state office responsible for fighting cyber attacks, confidential papers show.

According to the documents, the National Cyber Security Centre is facing increasing demands on its resources above and beyond its European peers due to the pressure of regulating the Irish tech sector.

“Ireland will have sustained an ongoing additional financial and administrative...

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