Secure128 Relocates Headquarters to Atlanta, Opens New Office in India

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Wholesale security services provider Secure128 announced on Friday it has relocated its USA headquarters to Atlanta, opened a new office in India, and named business manager in India.

The move comes on the heels of a busy 2012 for Secure128, having launched its new IT security services, which include system and network penetration testing, application security, incident management and forensic services, payment card industry compliance and general IT security consulting.

Secure128 has established strategic partnerships with several IT security vendors such as Symantec and Trustwave as well as in-house expertise.

To meet this new growth, Secure128 has relocated its headquarters to Atlanta’s Perimeter Center West technology park.

The LEED Gold-certified data center campus spans 13,675 square feet of space.

The headquarters features expandable Class A office space which allows Secure128 to grow simultaneously with its business expansion plans.

In addition, Secure128 has opened a new India office in Vadodara, Gujarat.

“Our partnerships and new office presence in Vadodara, Gujarat, India accommodates the needs of our fastest growing global region in Asia,” said John Monnett, senior vice president of global business development at Secure128.

Secure128 has named Manish Patel its India based business manager to develop and manage the company’s APAC region employees, service offerings and customer support.

Patel has significant corporate level managerial experience in IT staffing, providing invaluable technical resources and localized insight into the unique requirements of the Indian technology business space.

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  1. One by one all the big providers are considering India for expansion. First Hosgator then Godaddy and now Secure128. The reasons are quite obvious, less operation cost and big business opportunities that brings about enormous growth.