$2.8 Billion Growth Projected

As part of the National Capital Region, Loudoun County is a great place to access the federal information security market, which is projected to be valued at $10 billion in fiscal year 2020, a compound annual growth rate of almost 30 percent. (Source: Federal Information Security Market, 2015-2020)

Easy Access to Key Federal Agencies and Policymakers

The greater D.C. area and Loudoun County are home to the world’s leading concentration of cybersecurity-focused agencies and military installations. In addition, federal security policies are created and administered in the region. As such, it represents an exceptional opportunity for companies and organizations that seek to influence cybersecurity policy.

Concentrated Technical Infrastructure

Loudoun County is home to the world’s largest group of data centers and the largest number of internet, satellite and defense companies in the nation.

An Unparalleled Talent Pool

Loudoun County is a leader in workforce education and is home to a talent pool built around the region’s federal clients and its suppliers, agencies and customers. Loudoun’s scenic vistas and rich recreational opportunities are a draw for the nation’s most talented and successful professionals and entrepreneurs.

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Chris Friberg

Business Development Manager, Cybersecurity

Phone 703-771-5009