You’ll get the chance to earn a qualification normally worth up to €34,500.
The Zero Day Conference is coming to Dublin next month.
The tech giant already has nearly 2,000 staff in permanent and contract roles in Ireland.
The firm has racked up major losses in its local arm, but it still has plenty of cash to play with.
A 42,000 sq m development has been cleared by planning officials.
Nginx plans to recruit more than 100 staff in the southern city.
The consultancy firm said it plans to add hundreds of staff to its Irish outpost this year.
The company said it is likely that close to 500 jobs will be lost over the next year.
Up to 15 stores could be affected by the stoppages.
Sky was accused of using its ‘dominant market position’ to get its way.
The EU has said other countries may be able to claim a slice of the alleged illegal state aid.
A further €7m investment was announced by synthetic diamond suppliers Element Six in Shannon.
The ASAI has issued new guidelines for those operating in the fast-developing industry.
The Dame Street building was sold to investors Hines Ireland and Peterson Group.
Top VW officials may have known about the cheating software at least a month before it was reported.
We look at the fast-growing businesses that are ready to make a splash this year.
The government has launched its plan to tackle rising rents.
Oxfam says the country has been facilitating large-scale corporate tax avoidance.
US officials have granted a permit to Norwegian Air International after several delays.
Virgin Media became both stations’ parent company after a buyout in July.