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Posted June 16, 2021

Phosphorus Cybersecurity, which provides full scope security for IoT devices, announced the opening of its new global headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. The company’s offices in Georgia and California are consolidated into this new office in Nashville’s Gulch neighborhood. The Gulch neighborhood is located on the edge of Nashville’s Central Business District and offers the best in urban living, office, retail, restaurant, entertainment and hospitality.

“In evaluating cities for our new home-base, Nashville quickly rose to the top,” said Chris Rouland, founder and CEO of Phosphorus. “Tennessee’s business-friendly environment combined with Nashville’s quality of life and highly-skilled workforce made this move a natural choice for our growing company.”

{mprestriction ids="1,4,9"}A key draw for Phosphorus to the city is Nashville’s network of prominent colleges and universities, like Vanderbilt University. Its School of Engineering includes a cybersecurity program, with a focus on IoT and cyber-physical security, and should provide a great source of talent for the company.

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