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10 February 2022 Simon Mullis

Tunis Centre Of Excellence

At Venari Security, we’re proud to be the only company in the world that specialises in encrypted traffic analysis. Our new Centre of Excellence pays tribute to the pioneers of science and maths who helped pave the way for the cutting-edge technology we use today. Meeting rooms throughout the office, whether they are 1-to-1 rooms or larger conference rooms, are named in honour of great innovators to promote one of Venari Security's key business values: powered by constant innovation.

As we approach the launch of the new office opening in less than a week, we will be posting different elements of the office that pay tribute to what makes Venari Security's platform and team world-class.All design work throughout the office is credited to Rima Masmoudi who did a phenomenal job turning a vision into a reality!

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