San Francisco, Calif. - June 17, 2015 – OpenDNS has established its Europe, The Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters in London. The US-based company will leverage its growing international presence to help companies in the region prevent their employees from reaching out to malicious sites and block incoming advanced threats that can infect their corporate networks. Andre Stewart has joined the company as OpenDNS’s vice president of EMEA.
“Opening our EMEA headquarters in London is the start of an aggressive series of steps we’re taking to bring our world-class network security solutions to businesses based in Europe and beyond,” said David Ulevitch, founder and CEO of OpenDNS.
Today, OpenDNS operates ten EMEA data centers as part of the OpenDNS Global Network, which handles more than 70 billion daily Internet requests from more than 65 million daily active users.
OpenDNS is a leading provider of network security and DNS services. The Umbrella cloud-delivered network security service blocks advanced attacks, as well as malware, botnets and phishing threats regardless of port, protocol or application. Its predictive intelligence uses machine learning to automate protection against emergent threats before they can reach customers. OpenDNS protects all devices globally without hardware to install or software to maintain.