The IT security business Secure128 has switched its headquarters from one area of office space in Atlanta to another and opened its first office in India.
Secure128 has seen considerable growth in demand for its various IT-based security services in recent months and added to the scale of its workforce in response. Its new Atlanta offices are within a Grade A facility and are large enough to accommodate the company’s anticipated need for further expansion in future.
Meanwhile, in Asia, the US firm has lined up the lease of its first office space in India, or more precisely in the city of Vadodara in the state of Gujarat, which is in the north-western corner of the country.
Secure128’s services include systems and network penetration testing, application security, incident management and IT-based forensic analysis. The company can secure websites on a global basis but is aiming to build on established relationships with giants of the industry like Symantec and Trustwave in the US and India.
“Our new headquarters location in Atlanta’s Perimeter Center West development gives Secure128 a strategic central location in the Atlanta marketplace,” said Secure128’s senior vice president of global business development John Monnett.
“Our partnerships and new office presence in Vadodara, Gujarat, India accommodates the needs of our fastest growing global region in Asia,” he added.
In other Indian office space news, a report from the Economic Times of India recently suggested that the international delivery and courier business FedEx has signed up to 115,000 sq ft of new offices in the Mumbai suburb of Andheri. The unconfirmed report has the company down as having agreed to a leasehold tenancy within Kanakia Spaces’ Boomerang development.