Novacoast chooses Wichita for security operations

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The Greater Wichita Partnership and Paul Anderson, the CEO of Novacoast, announced on Thursday that he has chosen Wichita for a new security operation center.

Novacoast is a privately held security company with a 24-year history. According to the company’s website, they help organizations find, create and implement solutions for a powerful security posture through advisory, engineering, development and managed services. It is based in Santa Barbara, Calif.

The company plans to hire 60 people in Wichita and will locate its new operation center at the Epic Center. The company said the 60 new job postings will be available today on Kansasworks.com. In the future, the company could hire more.

“The office for Novacoast will house sales, developers, cybersecurity engineers for delivery teams, and most importantly a new 24×7 security operations center in downtown Wichita,” said Anderson.

“The company has a strong leadership and strong global customer base of highly regulated such as banks, healthcare, and energy companies,” said Jeff Fluhr, Great Wichita Partnership president. “Those that are required to have the highest level of cybersecurity in identity and access management service.”