In a time when cybersecurity is red hot, it makes sense that local cybersecurity company BluVector would be moving into an even bigger space in Arlington to accommodate for its growing team only eight months after launch.
Located in the Ballston neighborhood, BluVector designs early warning systems that rely on machine learning to uncover threats for both public and private sector groups. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, Virginia Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson and Arlington County Board chair Jay Fisette joined the company for an office ribbon cutting on Sept. 19.
Now, let’s take a look around the office space designed to fit the nearly 70 employees at BluVector in Arlington’s growing “cyber corridor.”