NOVATO -- Data security software developer Radiant Logic said it opened a new office in Ashburn, Va., to focus on increasing opportunities associated with sales to the U.S. federal government, as well as Mid-Atlantic states.

Don Graham, a senior account manager with 35 years of software sales experience, will manage the new office, located 30 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. Radiant Logic's customers include the U.S. Air Force, the Federal Reserve,  and the Department of Defense, all of which have seen increased demand for the company's technical support.

"Our growth over the past year really demonstrates the strength of our people and our products," said Michel Prompt, chief executive officer. "And with the introduction of RadiantOne version 6.0, we are poised to expand even more in 2012."

Last year, company revenue increased 80 percent and profits 150 percent. RadiantOne addresses security challenges of connecting users to cloud and web applications across multiple authentication protocols, identity sources and applications.

This year, Radiant Logic (www.radiantlogic.com) also released its Cloud Federation Service,  a secure token service that enables disparate identity sources to connect to a range of cloud-based applications.