nVisium is dedicated to application security and research. Our approach to problem solving combines skilled technical analysis with a deep understanding of what matters most to our clients. nVisium was founded in 2009 to build a better way forward for securing software throughout the development life cycle. We offer services and solutions that can scale from one developer to thousands of developers. Our offerings integrate seamlessly into the tools and software your team already uses. From training, to assessments, and a fully managed platform for tracking and measuring performance, we provide value whether you are starting a new security initiative or already have a mature program in place. Headquartered within the Washington DC area, nVisium serves clients within many different industries. Our team has proven experience securing what matters most for Fortune 500 clients, innovative software startups, and government organizations. We have presented our research at major industry conferences and continue to develop open source tools for developers and penetration testers.
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HQHerndon, US
Size (employees)26 (est)
nVisium was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Herndon, US
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Key People/Management at nVisium

Jack Mannino

Jack Mannino

David Lindner

David Lindner

Chief Strategy Officer
Megan Bradley

Megan Bradley

VP of Operations
Brian Glas

Brian Glas

Director of Strategic Services
Amy McElroy

Amy McElroy

Director of Business Development
Abdullah Munawar

Abdullah Munawar

Director of Professional Services
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nVisium has an office in Herndon
Herndon, US (HQ)
120 590 Herndon Pkwy
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nVisium Blogs

Angular and AngularJS for Pentesters - Part 2

In our previous blog post, we discussed how Angular and AngularJS applications are generally structured from an application security point of view. This time, we will explore different ways in which we can dynamically debug Angular applications whether the code is minimized or not. But why would tha…

Angular and AngularJS for Pentesters - Part 1

The web is a playground of ideas (both good and bad), technologies, bugs, and well, a LOT of fancy JavaScript frameworks. One of the most popular web frameworks today is Angular, a platform that simplifies the development of front-end web applications through a set of prescriptive patterns. As an ap…

OWASP Internet Of Things Top 10 2018 Released

IoT or the Internet of Things has become a cornerstone of the American consumer and business markets as more and more connected devices are added to the mix every single day. Making sure these systems are secure is extremely important for both security and privacy. Over the holidays, the 2018 OWASP …

AWS re:Invent re:Cap

In this webinar, nVisium hosted a panel discussion to debrief AWS re:Invent 2018. Panelists from nVisium and Kenna Security discussed the latest AWS security announcements, trends, and AWS security topics to be on the lookout for in 2019. The panel included Jerry Gamblin, Principal Security Engineer…

AppDev To AppSec - The Transition

In 1978, the term Imposter Phenomenon was first introduced in an article by Dr. Pauline R. Clance and Dr. Suzanne A. Imes. It articulated that the introjection of societal stereotyping and our own internal bias lead to this common barrier to personal growth we see today. That is, even with great acc…

The nVisium Difference

Why would you want to work for nVisium? This time around, we decided to ask some of our own to help explain why. #CurrentTech The nVisium team is constantly researching the security of new tech stacks and discovering new security vulnerabilities and ways the find them through ongoing R&D initiat…

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nVisium Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was nVisium founded?

    nVisium was founded in 2009.

  • Who are nVisium key executives?

    nVisium's key executives are Jack Mannino, David Lindner and Megan Bradley.

  • How many employees does nVisium have?

    nVisium has 26 employees.

  • Who are nVisium competitors?

    Competitors of nVisium include Lodge Service, ABCA Systems and Tracsis.

  • Where is nVisium headquarters?

    nVisium headquarters is located at 120 590 Herndon Pkwy, Herndon.

  • Where are nVisium offices?

    nVisium has an office in Herndon.

  • How many offices does nVisium have?

    nVisium has 1 office.