VIRSIG Announces Expansion and Relocation of Headquarters

December 13, 2019

VIRSIG, LLC., announced today its national headquarters will be expanding and relocating from New York City to Port Washington, Nassau County, NY, to facilitate the expansion of new offices and operational warehouse space. The move, which is expected to take place in the next 60 days, is attributed to VIRSIG’s growth over the past year.

 

Since 2014, VIRSIG has been operating out of offices located in Astoria Queens, just across from Manhattan. “We're not moving too far, but it's going to be quite a change and much needed expansion,” said Glenn Taylor, VIRSIG’s Executive Director. Taylor shared that relocation is a mirror of the success the firm has attained, and that the new facility will help VIRSIG maintain the same high quality of client service that has propelled their recent growth both in New York and across the US. The new offices add additional square footage and facilities to accommodate expansion as the company looks forward, this includes modern warehouse facilities with high efficiency freight loading docks.

 

Brian Valenza, VIRSIG’s CEO said the move, “is a great sign of the strength of our economy and workforce, we are looking forward to the future.” VIRSIG’s new offices will be on a modern campus on the Northshore of Long Island; the new location is less than an hour by car (just 18 miles) from Manhattan, or 45 minutes via the Long Island Railroad.

 

VIRSIG, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is focused on protecting both people and infrastructure, through protective and logical security activities. VIRSIG’s design and engineering technology activities lends itself to the protection of organizations through innovative systems, custom-engineered software applications, specialized hardware, and secure high-speed monitored networks

 

 

 

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