PacketSled Opens New Office in Seattle, Hiring

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San Diego, CA-December, 5, 2016- PacketSled, the real-time network forensics and security analytics platform, continues to expand by opening a Seattle engineering office. The move accommodates the company’s growth and focus on hiring top-technology talent.

“Having access to top talent in two markets, helps accelerate our capacity for customer adoption, and increased capability to develop the quality product we want to put in our customers’ hands. We are thrilled to have homes in two of the rapid-growth start-up neighborhoods.”

In addition to the corporate headquarters in San Diego CA, this new space will double the office footprint, enabling the company’s high growth strategy. Built in 1912, the building was the home to the Stetson-Ross Machine Works Company. During the Alaska Gold Rush, Stetson-Ross was famous for the invention of innovative products for one the largest industries in the region. This historical building has since then been updated to give it a modern, luxurious feel.

Want to make a difference? Looking to make an impact? Apply to PacketSled via the website or email careers [@] packetsled.com

PacketSled performs deep packet inspection on network traffic to produce rich, content level metadata about each network event. The technology implements learning to automate the detection and investigation processes in security operations while allowing compliance and governance organizations to deeply understand areas that need attention, in real-time and historically.

About PacketSled

PacketSled is a next generation network security platform providing continuous monitoring, threat detection, incident response and network forensics in the cloud and on premise. The company has been named an innovator in leading publications and by security analysts, including SC Magazine, earning a perfect score in the online fraud group test. PacketSled is headquartered in San Diego, with offices in Seattle, WA. For more information visit http://packetsled.com/.

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