ANNAPOLIS (February 2016) — Murphy Commercial is pleased to announce the recent expansion of Trivalent in Annapolis MD. Trivalent as almost quadrupled and expanded from 4,590 SF at 175 Admiral Cochrane into a new 16,738 SF office space at 180 Admiral Cochrane Drive in Annapolis, MD. The property owner is Goldman Sachs.
Trivalent was founded in 2010 with the idea of enabling individuals to work openly in the world’s digital ecosystem without fear of a violation in data privacy. Initially created to serve the tactical soldier in mission critical environments, it quickly became clear there was a global need to provide data privacy to commercial and enterprise markets as well. Currently, Trivalent offers the only NIAP certified file-level encryption software available for federal and commercial data privacy solutions.
“As burgeoning technology continues to expand our abilities to communicate and do business on a global level through mobile devices, focus naturally shifts to data assurance and the increase in protective measures that are necessary to keep critical data safe; while continuing to do business,” said Ermis Sfakiyanudis, founder and CEO of Trivalent. “Not only do our solutions set the standard in data assurance, they’re comprehensible and integrate seamlessly, allowing users to concentrate on what matters, their business.”
Significant growth and product expansion plays a considerable part of the brand refresh, and is reflected in the company’s upcoming relocation. In early 2016, Trivalent will move their headquarters to 180 Admiral Cochrane Drive, also in Annapolis. The new location affords an additional 10,000 sq. ft. to accommodate the near tripling of their workforce due to recent partnerships and distribution agreements.
“Our mission was always to protect the war fighter and to ensure they’re equipped with the best tools available to help them complete their mission. We’re proud to have not only accomplished our initial goals, but to continue to surpass the expectations of our federal customers. As we continue to grow we’ll impart the same level of integrity to each new client, as we did the first,” said Ricardo Bueno, founder and CSO.
John Rosso of Murphy Commercial represents Trivalent and handled site selection and lease negotiations for Trivalent’s new office. The Landlord was represented by Laura Westervelt and Hayes Merkert of Cushman/Wakefield.