HANOVER, Md., Nov. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dragos (https://dragos.com) opened the doors to its new global offices in Hanover MD this week. Conveniently located near BWI airport, the new 9000 SqFt. facility is fully customized to accommodate the needs of the expanding Dragos team and their customers. The new facilities include a hands-on training area to enrich the training experience for Dragos customers. The new facility will also host multiple ICS cyber ranges consisting of various real industrial systems simulating scenarios from various different industries. The upcoming Dragos Industrial Security Conference (DISC) and 5 day training on "Assessing, Monitoring, and Hunting in ICS" will be a great opportunity for new and existing customers to experience the new facility.
"Our new headquarters represents our commitment to build a long lasting industrial security company. The industrial warehouse feel captures our company's culture and the space allows for plenty of immediate expansion as well as follow on expansion as Dragos and the market continues to grow," said Robert M. Lee CEO and founder of Dragos, Inc.
Dragos welcomes customers and prospective customers to visit the new headquarters.
About Dragos Dragos applies expert human intelligence and behavioral analytics to redefine industrial control system (ICS) cybersecurity. Its industry-first, ICS/OT cybersecurity ecosystem provides control systems operators with unprecedented situational awareness over their environments, with comprehensive threat intelligence, detection, and response capabilities. Dragos' solutions include the Dragos Platform, providing ICS/OT-specific threat detection and response; Dragos Threat Operations Center, providing ICS compromise assessment, threat hunting, and incident response services; and Dragos WorldView, providing global, ICS-specific threat intelligence. Headquartered in metropolitan Washington DC, Dragos' team of ICS cybersecurity experts are practitioners who've lived the problems the industry faces hailing from across the U.S. Intelligence Community to private sector industrial companies.