They understand cybersecurity so you don’t have to
A locally-grown tech firm plants its HQ flag in Tysons
8200 Greensboro Drive, McLean, Va.
Following a year of 400% growth, Verodin needed a new headquarters to support their expansion trajectory—and they needed it fast. When the company was started in 2013, their headquarters was in Reston with most of their employees based in California and Texas. With success came growth, so Verodin’s leadership sought a location that would centralize employees in one place, give the team room to expand and keep the focus on its customers. The self-proclaimed tech geeks and hackers found that and more in Tysons.
Verodin created the first and only platform built to assess whether a company’s cybersecurity tools are doing their job. The success of the platform caused Verodin to experience explosive growth in a short period of time, sending Verodin on a mission to find a global headquarters to call its own. To help narrow down its options, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Chris Key and co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, Ben Cianciaruso connected with JLL’s Chuck LaRock and Zach Boroson for assistance. They identified and secured favorable terms at 8200 Greensboro Drive, an agreement that gives Verodin multiple growth opportunities over the life of its lease. Ultimately, Chris and Ben chose Tysons because of the security talent there and its proximity to government agencies.
Now centrally located in a technology and innovation hub, Verodin’s new space includes a mix of open seating, private offices, and meeting rooms. Most importantly, it allows the team to collaborate under one roof. They were even able to add a touch of character with a hand-built wall that prominently displays the company’s logo.
To date, Verodin’s Security Instrumentation Platform is implemented in every major industry vertical and is used by government agencies and world-class enterprises alike. As they continue to grow their international footprint, Verodin is projected to expand to 100 employees and may even double that next year.