Infrascale Inc., a cloud-based data protection company, announced Wednesday it has moved its headquarters from Los Angeles to Reston — where its leadership team is based. Infrascale’s C-suite leadership, including CEO Russell P. Reeder, Chief Financial Officer Rob Peterson, Chief Operating Officer Brian Kuhn and Chief People Officer Carolyn Kress, is based in Reston and have
DivvyCloud is a cloud security and governance tech firm.
Boston-based tech company Rapid7 announced Tuesday that it’s acquiring Arlington County-based cloud security and governance tech firm DivvyCloud for $145 million. The acquisition, which will be made via a combination of cash and stock, is expected to close before June. “Joining forces with Rapid7 is a natural next step,” said DivvyCloud CEO and co-founder Brian
Contract will support the Army’s Maintenance of Enterprise Technologies and Applications (META) program
Reston-based software company IndraSoft Inc. has been granted a $43 million contract from the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) to enable data sharing and DevSecOps system integration, the company announced Monday. This contract will support the Army’s Maintenance of Enterprise Technologies and Applications (META) program. DevOps is a set of practices that automates
Arlington-based cloud security company DivvyCloud appointed Brandie Kalinowski as vice president of people and culture and David Geevaratne as vice president of North American Sales, the company announced Thursday. Kalinowski most recently was head of people operations at Etsy in Brooklyn, New York. She will focus on recruiting and developing DivvyCloud’s workforce. Geevaratne has 20