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Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
FedDev Ontario Minister Gary Goodyear visited eSentire, Inc. today to congratulate the company on growing its workforce and to celebrate the opening of its new Security Operations Centre in Cambridge, Ontario.
In 2011, Minister Goodyear announced a repayable contribution of up to $987,500 through FedDev Ontario’s Investing in Business Innovation initiative, recognizing the innovative potential of eSentire. This funding successfully helped eSentire in enhancing information security software and systems and extended the company’s reach into new markets.
eSentire, which has grown by more than 100 employees since 2011, announced in November 2014 its plans to open a second Security Operations Centre in Europe later in 2015.
Following the tour at eSentire, Minister Goodyear hosted a roundtable and met with industry leaders and stakeholders in Cambridge to discuss opportunities for local firms to leverage advanced technologies.
Minister Goodyear began the day in the Waterloo Region by announcing $8 million for the Waterloo Accelerator Centre to expand its AC JumpStart program. The program provides seed funding and skills training to help local companies become more market, customer and investment-ready.
“I’m delighted to see how far eSentire has come in terms of building its products and its workforce in Cambridge. Thanks to our Government’s investment, eSentire has transformed their innovative ideas into marketable technologies, resulting in new jobs and a stronger local economy in Cambridge.”
- The Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario)
“We are honoured to have Minister Goodyear here to see our success first-hand. Since his last visit in 2011, we added more than 100 new employees to our team and expanded our offices. Our focus at eSentire is to combat criminals who are using the reach and anonymity of the Internet to carry-out their crimes. We attribute our success to our talented people, they are professionals capable of finding real threats and actively diffusing them before any serious damage is done.”
- J. Paul Haynes, CEO, eSentire