VirtualArmor International Inc. ($VAI:CNX), an information technology company that provides advanced network and cybersecurity solutions, has recently achieved a major milestone, having been approved to list its common shares for trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE). The company’s shares began trading as of the opening of market on November 24, 2015.
Although based in Colorado, Christopher Blisard, founder of VirtualArmour, recognized various benefits to listing on the CSE first rather than listing in the United States. "There are many sophisticated, tech-oriented investors in centres such as Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, as well as an influx of European and Pan-Asia investors," said Blisard. "We believe VirtualArmor will stand out as an investment opportunity as it addresses the key needs of both public and private enterprises." The company is also looking to open a Canadian, based in either Toronto or Vancouver, in 2016.
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Offering solutions to help enterprises build, monitor, maintain and secure their networks, VirtualArmor can typically respond to a cyber-attack within 15 minutes. "Enterprises need protection from cloud to core," said Matthew Brennan, VirtualArmor VP of Sales. With a primary security operations center located in Middlesbrough, U.K. and a secondary SOC location in Salt Lake City, Utah, VirtualArmor's services run 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. In their effort to provide the right solution to solve client issues, VirtualArmour has technology partnerships, among others, with Juniper Networks, IBM, OpenGear, and VMWare.
Being approved to trade on the CSE is a major step in VirtualArmours evolution. With companies looking to protect and secure their information databases, the company is positioned to be an industry leader with promising growth prospects.
For more information about VirtualArmour, visit www.virtualarmor.com
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