Star Lab moves office to Stovehouse

Star Lab has moved its engineering office to Stovehouse. (Star Lab Photo)

 

A Washington, D.C.-based security company has moved its Huntsville office to the city’s Westside.

Star Lab, an embedded security company which provides solutions to defense and commercial customers, recently moved to the Stovehouse development.

The company relocated its Huntsville engineering facility to a 4,626 square-foot space at the historic mixed-use development on Governors Drive.

“Stovehouse has an authenticity that makes it appealing to our employees and clientele,” said Star Lab CEO and Irby Thompson. “We chose the location for practical reasons, like its close proximity to Redstone Arsenal and Research Park.

“However, we also committed to Stovehouse because we were looking for an environment that wasn’t ‘cookie-cutter’ and provided amenities like food options and after-work entertainment.”

Founded in 2014, Star Lab’s mission is to ensure that critical systems operating in hostile situations are able to withstand cyber attacks, reverse engineering and other nefarious activities. The company safeguards the integrity and security of multibillion-dollar assets and provides solutions that severely limit potential attacks.

Danny Yancey, owner/developer of Stovehouse Properties, said Star Lab has been a great addition to the development.

“Having Star Lab as part of our growing community has been a privilege,” said Yancey. “Irby and his team were in search of a space that would align with their culture and values, as well as provide more visibility to their growing client base.

“Stovehouse delivers the collaborative setting they were looking for and we are honored to have them on board.”

For information, visit stovehouse.com and starlab.io.