Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services Inc. rebrands as Paragon
Herndon-based security and fire protection services firm was founded in 2013
Herndon-based Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services Inc. (SCIS) announced late last week it has rebranded under its subsidiary Paragon Systems Inc.’s (Paragon) name.
The rebranding will include a new company image, website and brand implementation. It will become fully effective Jan. 1, 2021.
“In working with our board over the past year, we have made significant progress in expanding our federal business; unifying under the venerable Paragon brand is an important next step,” SCIS CEO Tony Sabatino said in a statement. “We are very excited about the commercial synergies this rebranding creates and believe it positions us to best represent our commitment to safeguarding American assets at home and abroad.”
Founded in 2013, SCIS provides security and fire services to the nuclear, aerospace, defense, energy and government sectors. The company employs more than 14,000 people. Paragon operates as a private security and investigation firm.
Paragon will be organized into seven sectors: protective services, investigations, energy, risk management, cybersecurity, inspections and mission support. The company’s ownership, board and management team will not change as a result of the rebranding.
“Uniting under the Paragon brand is an important milestone,” SCIS’s chairman, Maj. Gen. James Freeze (ret. U.S Army), said in a statement. “The resulting collaboration furthers the company’s plans to broaden service capabilities, share resources and create additional value for our clients and shareholder.”