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New OPSWAT Office in Hungary!

We're excited to announce the upcoming opening of a new OPSWAT office in Hungary! Over the past several years, OPSWAT has been expanding our international presence, with offices in both China and Vietnam, to improve our product offerings and customer support capabilities.

OPSWAT HungaryOur new office in Hungary will be located in the heart of downtown Veszprém. The new office provides an amazing open-office layout, designed to foster collaboration and interaction amongst employees. The office also includes several perks such as table tennis, foosball and many other sports related equipment. Free refreshments, healthy snacks and fresh fruit are also available to help make the office environment even more enjoyable!

Our goal for this new office is to expand our team of Linux developers, to focus on the development of our multi-scanning technology Metascan on Linux. In addition, we will be hiring customer support representatives to further our abilities to offer local business hour support to our international customers, including leading organizations such as Cisco, Microsoft, Juniper, Trend Micro, ESET, Avira, AVG, as well as many government and defense agencies from around the world. The new office and development teams will be led by Szilard Stange, who has more than 15 years of experience leading teams, projects and products at companies such as BalaBit and VirusBuster.

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"Our Metascan team is developing amazing technology and building a Linux version is incredibly important to all of us at OPSWAT,” said Benny Czarny, CEO and Founder at OPSWAT.” We're excited about the future of our office in Veszprém under Szilard's leadership."

We are currently hiring developers for our new office in Veszprém! If you, or someone you know, would be interested, check out these open positions:

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For more information, please contact one of our critical infrastructure cybersecurity experts.

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