Cy­ber firm looks to se­cure its fu­ture

Cel­e­bra­tions as fast grow­ing com­pany moves into larger premises

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Business - By Paul Grin­nell paul.grin­ Twiter: @PTPaulGrin­nell

A fast grow­ing cy­ber se­cu­rity com­pany in Pe­ter­bor­ough is cel­e­brat­ing the open­ing of its new of­fices. Pen­tesec, of Com­merce Road, in Lynch Wood, held a grand open­ing to thank staff and cus­tomers for their part in the rapid growth of the com­pany.

It comes just months af­ter the two-year-old firm was graded a four star part­ner by US-based Check Point Soft­ware Tech­nolo­gies, which is the largest net­work cy­ber se- cu­rity ven­dor glob­ally.

It means that Pen­tesec, which de­signs and de­liv­ers se­cu­rity so­lu­tions for large and small busi­nesses, is one of 10 Check Point part­ners in the UK to have the four star ac­cola de.

Si­mon Moor, re­gional di­rec­tor UK & Ire­land at Check Point Soft­ware Tech­nolo­gies, said: “Pen­tesec is a fan­tas­tic suc­cess story.

“Just two and a half years ago they didn’t ex­ist and now they’ve grown to over £5.5 mil­lion in rev­enue.

“The ev­i­dence of their suc­cess is out­stand­ing. I’m hon­estly thrilled for them, very happy to have been in­vited here to mark the grand open­ing of their new of­fices and to cel­e­brate their con­tin­ued suc­cess.”

Af­ter the cut­ting of the rib­bon, staff and guests en­tered the Pen­tesec premises to cel­e­brate, with cham­pagne, canapés and a huge Pen­tesec branded cake.

Ian Turn­bull, co founder and prin­ci­pal con­sul­tant at Pen­tesec, said: “As a com­pany we are ex­tremely pas­sion­ate about se­cu­rity and of course peo­ple.

Mr Turn­bull added: “It’s all about the re­la­tion­ships we build com­bined with our vi­sion to see each project through to com­ple­tion.”

Staff and guests cel­e­brate grand open­ing of Pen­tesec’s new home.

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