Cybersecurity firm Verodin moving HQ to Tysons

Special guest Major General Matthews USAF (ret) and representatives from the office of Congressman Gerry Connolly (VA-11), alongside Verodin CEO Chris Key, COO Ben Cianciaruso and other team members at the office opening

Verodin, a security instrumentation firm, announced its new global headquarters in Tysons Thursday, at a ceremony attended by business, political and defense leaders.

“I’m pleased to welcome Verodin’s global headquarters to Tysons,” said Congressman Gerry Connolly (D-VA), in prepared remarks. “Cybersecurity is a top priority for me in Congress, and Verodin is one of those groundbreaking companies that is attracting top tech talent to Northern Virginia, cementing our reputation as the Silicon Valley of the East.”

Throughout 2017, Verodin enjoyed wins in the security and technology space including Barclays Innovation Award, the Security Innovation Network SINET 16 Innovator honor, three consecutive Security Current Shark Tank wins, the TechConnect Defense Innovation Award, and others. Verodin also added to its strategic advisory board with members such as former RSA Executive Chairman Art Coviello.

The Verodin Security Instrumentation Platform (SIP) has been implemented in every major industry vertical including finance, healthcare, manufacturing, and energy, the company said. In addition to Fortune 500 and large government deployments, Verodin recently launched a new mid-market initiative.

“The opening of Verodin’s new global headquarters is an extremely proud moment for us and a testament to all the hard work and explosive growth in 2017,” said Verodin CEO Chris Key. “Organizations everywhere are realizing that it’s time to inspect the effectiveness of their cybersecurity programs and rationalize the dollars they are spending. This demand will drive our continued success in 2018 and beyond.”

Verodin’s mission is to remove assumptions and prove cybersecurity effectiveness with quantifiable, evidence-based data. Verodin enables organizations to continuously measure, manage and improve cybersecurity effectiveness.


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