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Cybersecurity company invests in Loudoun County headquarters, creating new jobs

Fortreum LLC, a Virginia-founded cloud computing and cybersecurity advisory company, will invest $125,000 to establish a headquarters in Loudoun County according to an announcement from the Office of Governor Glenn Youngkin.

53 new jobs will be created by the project which is supported through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

The program provides consultative services and funding to companies creating new jobs in the state to support recruitment and training.

Fortreum CEO James Leach said “Loudoun County was our first choice because of the strong technology ecosystem and a diverse cybersecurity workforce within the Northern Virginia Technology Hub, as well as the collaborative relationship we’ve enjoyed with the state county and respective universities.”

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