Ekran System Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of our new US headquarters. We’re saying goodbye to our long-time headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, and are heading for the sunny state of California. Our new office is located in the beautiful city of Newport Beach close to UC Irvine, one of the best public universities in America.
Since 2013, the Ekran System team has been working hard to bring to life a one-of-a-kind platform that addresses all types of user-based risks. The Ekran team has managed to combine effective and innovative insider threat prevention, access management, and user activity monitoring capabilities in one product. Today, we offer a system that’s comfortable to use and offers flexible deployment schemes for SMBs and enterprises all over the globe.
In 2018, the efforts of our Ekran System team were recognized by professionals from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST, US Department of Commerce), who listed Ekran in NIST Special Publication 1800-18C, Privileged Account Management for the Financial Services Sector, as one of the best solutions for monitoring user activity and managing digital access.
Our new headquarters
Continuing our company’s thrilling expansion, we’re now moving to the Golden State, hoping that new talents and genius minds will join our growing team.
“We are happy to move to one of the most important tech hubs of California – Irvine and the Newport Beach area,” says Dennis Turpitka, founder and CEO of Ekran System. “A lot of technology companies have a presence here, and we decided to join them in this premier location for tech talent. We are thrilled to join the local tech community and hope to capitalize on the talent from universities like UC Irvine.”
Address of the new Ekran System headquarters:
260 Newport Center Drive, Unit 425
Newport Beach, CA 92660
About Ekran System platform
Ekran System Inc. is a recognized cybersecurity software vendor delivering a universal platform for insider threat prevention and protection. Ekran System is designed to monitor, analyze, address, and prevent cybersecurity risks associated with the activity of legitimate users and privileged accounts.