MediaPRO has laid off an unspecified number of employees as part of a reorganization, GeekWire has learned. The Bothell, Wash.-based company, which develops security and privacy training software, did not confirm how many employees had been affected or the reasons for the restructuring.
A MediaPRO spokesperson offered the following statement:
“In 2018, MediaPRO’s revenue grew 38 percent compared to the previous year. Building on this success we have taken steps in the form of a small reorganization to better position and scale MediaPRO for sustained growth; however, none of our support, customer success or product development team members were impacted.”
Last year, MediaPRO raised an undisclosed investment from Frontier Capital and named Tyler Winkler as its new CEO. Winkler replaced founder Steve Conrad, who remained on the company’s board. More than 120 employees list MediaPRO as their employer on LinkedIn.
The company educates employees at major companies about security risks through training courses as well as games, videos, posters and simulations. Its customers include Expedia, T-Mobile, Oracle and Microsoft.