ZoneFox moves into new Edinburgh HQ after rapid growth

Edinburgh-based ZoneFox has moved to new offices in order to accommodate its rapid expansion.
After three years in Codebase, the UK’s largest tech incubator, the security tech startup is now located at 40 Torphichen Street.
ZoneFox is a world-class security platform that effectively combats the growing issue of insider threats to businesses through user behaviour analytics and machine learning.
During the last 12 months the company has closed a record-breaking £3.6 million funding round from Archangels, released its augmented intelligence-based product ZoneFox AI, appointed Distology as its UK distributor, joined the London Digital Security Centre, was named as one of the the UK’s most disruptive startups and Jamie Graves, CEO and founder, was shortlisted as PwC’s Scottish emerging entrepreneur and EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2017.
Founder and CEO Dr Jamie Graves comments, “It seems like a lifetime ago that we spun ZoneFox out of Napier University. The last few years have been a total roller coaster and sometimes it’s hard to take a step back and appreciate all that we’ve achieved as a business and as a team. Moving into new offices is a real milestone for us, it feels like the end of one era in one sense but very definitely the beginning of another. We have ambitious plans growth plans over the coming months and years. International expansion beckons, as does more investment in our product development and retaining our focus on recruiting great talent so that can continue to deliver on our mission to deliver proactive and actionable security. It’s been an amazing journey so far and I can’t wait to see what comes next.”

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