Cybersecurity firm Neovera moves Reston headquarters to RTC West

RTC West as shown from Sunset Hills Road (via Google Maps)

A Reston information technology firm is moving from its original office to a newly renovated space that will also house a security center.

Neovera will relocate its global headquarters at 1840 Michael Faraday Drive near Reston Station to an office at RTC West. The new site will also encompass the company’s security operations center (SOC), which is currently in Ashburn.

Ryan Child, the company’s president, says the move could be complete by March.

“We’re moving into the office because it gives us better access to the Reston market and the Reston Town Center,” he said, noting the shift will allow the company to retain and add new employees.

Child says the area has been a good location and recruiting tool for the company’s approximately 50 employees, most of them based in the firm’s headquarters. Reston’s appeal was a factor in deciding to remain in the area.

Neovera started in 2001 and provides cybersecurity services, such as 24/7 security monitoring, and helps coordinate cloud storage and solutions.

The move westward puts the business next to the yet-to-open Reston Town Center Metro station. The company notes that while employees have always been able to telework, the new office space will help with its return-to-office plans.

“Our expectation is to definitely grow because our staffing requirements are increasing,” Child said.

Photo via Google Maps

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