ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — RiskSense Inc. has moved its Silicon Valley office to a larger space to accommodate the Albuquerque company’s rapid growth.
The new office space is nearly three times larger than RiskSense’s previous space in Sunnyvale, according to a news release from the cybersecurity firm.
The company last week announced it had raised an additional $7 million in venture funding, on top of an initial $7 million it raised last August. The new funding will help the firm expand sales and marketing, accelerate product development and enter new markets.
“This move represents an exciting development for RiskSense, as we continue to fill positions in sales, sales operations, marketing, products, and finance,” said Srinivas Mukkamala, co-founder and CEO of RiskSense. “Just one year after opening our Silicon Valley office, our rapid growth has required us to expand to a larger location sooner than expected. The new RiskSense offices can accommodate more than double our current headcount and has been totally redesigned to promote a sense of community.”
The company markets software that helps organizations find cyber risks, orchestrate remediation and monitor the results.