Security firm Malwarebytes to create 50 jobs in Cork

Company says EMEA headquarters will play central role in expansion

Cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes is to create 50 jobs in Cork over the next three years as it establishes its European, Middle East and Africa headquarters there.

Malwarebytes founder and chief executive Marcin Kleczynski said Cork would play a central role in the company's European expansion.

“Cork has a deserved reputation as a leading location for technology companies, with a talented workforce and established tech ecosystem, it gives Malwarebytes the opportunity to build a world-class team.,” he said.

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan said Malwarebytes will be joining an established group of security software companies based in the Cork area.


Founded in 2008, Malwarebytes provides software designed to protect consumers and businesses against advanced threats that escape detection by other antivirus solutions.