Reston network security firm taps new president
Manuel Miranda to lead company growth at Electrosoft
Reston-based tech and network security company Electrosoft announced Wednesday it has hired Manuel Miranda as its new president. In his new role, he will focus on company growth, business development, customer operations, information technology, human resources and recruiting.
Before joining Electrosoft, Miranda had been chief operating officer at Bethesda, Maryland-based tech company InfoZen, which was acquired in 2017 by ManTech International Corp. for $180 million.
Miranda earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland and did graduate work in biomedical engineering at George Washington University.
Electrosoft offers cybersecurity, enterprise IT operations and software solutions for government clients. The company is a small disadvantaged business (SDB) and an economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business (EDWOSB), founded in 2001 by CEO Sarbari Gupta.