Augmented Identity Firm Officially Opens in Reston

Global firm IDEMIA, a company specializing in augmented identity, officially opened today (Thursday). The company moved its North America & Security headquarters from Billerica, Mass. to Reston Town Center.

The move brings 90 new jobs to Reston. Gov. Ralph Northam announced IDEMIA’s move to Reston in December last year.

IDEMIA develops, manufactures and markets security technology products and services for the telecommunications, payments and identity markets.

It defines augmented identity as “identity that ensures privacy and trust and guarantees secure, authenticated, and verifiable transactions.”

Photo via  IDEMIA/Facebook

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