Security specialist Spyrus has opened its first non-US office in London as the first step in a bid to expand in Europe.
Sue Pontius, chief executive of privately-held Spyrus, said the company will add more offices in Europe and increase its staff in London as it expects sales of its electronic commerce security products to rise.
Based in San Jose, Spyrus already has some European customers, including KPMG Netherlands and EDS Secure Systems. Bob Hill, director of sales at the London office, said interest in online business applications is driving Spyrus? business.
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