Posted on December 13, 2022 in Uncategorized,
There was a never doubt for Danny Jenkins or ThreatLocker Inc.
When the Maitland-based cybersecurity company began to run out of room at its old headquarters, the company didn’t consider a new home anywhere outside the Orlando area, Jenkins, co-founder and CEO, told Orlando Inno.
ThreatLocker executives on Dec. 9 cut the ribbon on its new headquarters: 42,000 square feet across two floors at 1950 Summit Drive in Maitland, the former home of Electronic Arts Inc.’s Tiburon studio.
Next, ThreatLocker expects to grow rapidly within its new office. The 215-person company nearly tripled in size in the last year, and Jenkins said ThreatLocker hopes to triple in staff, revenue and customers in the next 12 months.
In fact, ThreatLocker picked the Summit Drive office building partly because the office’s other three floors are empty, offering space for potential future expansion, Jenkins said. “We’re always 50 employees behind where it seems we need to be.”