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Comodo CA Announces New World Headquarters

ROSELAND, N.J., July 03, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, Comodo CA, a worldwide leader in digital identity solutions, announced it will be moving into a new world headquarters in Roseland, New Jersey this week.  Since Francisco Partners acquired TLS/SSL Certificate Authority Comodo CA in October 2017 in a carve out from Comodo Group, the newly formed entity has been growing at a rapid pace to keep up with the demands of the evolving cybersecurity landscape. The company continues to build innovative solutions for web and IoT device security while also further establishing its Channel Partner Program. 

"We are seeing tremendous demand across all segments of our business, which is rapidly fueling the need for an expansion of our facilities," said Bill Holtz, CEO of Comodo CA. "Our new headquarters in Roseland marks a milestone moment for the company as we continue to expand our offerings in web and IoT security.”

Comodo CA’s global expansion has been swift. Outside of the U.S., Comodo CA continues to expand as a worldwide security provider, as evidenced by the opening of its facility in Ottawa, Ontario this past February. Comodo CA already has plans to expand its Ottawa office to include an additional 3,000 square feet space within the next several months to accommodate development and quality assurance capabilities. The Ottawa support and validation teams have doubled in size and furthered their capabilities of delivering services in fifteen different languages from around the globe.

 

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