SANTA CLARA, Calif., June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)-Baffle, Inc., a cloud data protection company, today announced that it is establishing an Asia-Pacific (APAC) presence and expanding its global footprint. its launching a new engineering center in Bengaluru, Karnataka. Next year, the company plans to significantly expand its workforce. Taking advantage of the tremendous expertise available at India’s largest tech hub, Baffle will take on design, development, DevOps, customer success and sales engineering personnel.
Kumar Subramanian, senior director of engineering and head of India operations for Baffle, will lead this expansion. Subramanian, a former chief engineer at Cisco Systems, has led product development for multiple Cisco market segments. He brings to duty more than 25 years of experience in product design, development, and production. Subramanian has created and managed numerous teams that have successfully delivered industry -leading products in scale.
Baffle protects data in the cloud — supporting major cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud’s Platform, and IBM Cloud — through a code-free, simple-to-deploy security mesh that has no impact on performance and does not require modification to applications. The solution has been identified as the fastest and easiest way to modify sensitive data records as they are being processed and to only display them to authorized data accessors.
With a triple and growing increase in its customer footprint — including a Fortune 25 industrial conglomerate, as well as Fortune 100 healthcare and financial institutions — Baffle offers solutions that some of the world’s largest, most complex businesses trust to help . make sure the data is protected wherever it resides or how it is used.
“Baffle’s new office creates many exciting acquisition opportunities for local technology talent next year to help expand the company’s Data Protection Platform in APAC’s Silicon Valley,” Subramanian said. “The company’s decision to select Bengaluru for this expansion demonstrates the many talent available in the area. This new facility will play an important part in expanding Baffle’s global presence.
Baffle fully supports a hybrid working model, with remote work options available. The Bengaluru office provides a modern, highly collaborative work environment. As Baffle has established its presence in APAC, Bengaluru will serve as a hub for future hires in the region and in Europe.
“We have always believed that Bengaluru is our top choice,” said Ameesh Divatia, co-founder and CEO, Baffle. “We were fortunate to get someone of Kumar’s caliber to join our team, and the tremendous talent we have seen in the Bengaluru market is fully in line with our expansion strategy as we make products in a size to meet the global need. “
Baffle has experienced triple growth in the past year as the company protects more than 100 billion records in highly regulated industries. Baffle’s unique cloud data security approach greatly streamlines the operational overhead of securing a modern data pipeline.
For more information about Baffle hiring, visit https://baffle.io/careers.
Baffle protects data in the cloud through a “no code” and “low code” data security mesh. The solution provides universal data protection to secure data wherever it resides and as it is used in distributed data environments. Companies can control who can see what data has this layer of security without impacting performance on the user experience. Proven in large-scale environments, the Baffle Data Protection Service only de-identifies sensitive information to quickly process that data in the cloud. Without application changes, security teams can move to lockstep with business initiatives to move more data and workload to the cloud, faster. Investors include Celesta Venture Capital, National Grid Partners, Lytical Ventures, Nepenthe Capital, True Ventures, Greenspring Associates, Clearvision Ventures, Engineering Capital, Triphammer Venture, ServiceNow Ventures [NYSE: NOW], Thomvest Ventures, and Industry Ventures. Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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