CyTech Services (CyTech) was founded in 2002 by the current CEO Ben Cotton. CyTech established it’s headquarters in Manassas, Virginia which gave it an ideal location to support a client base focused on the Department of Defense.
CyTech quickly established a solid and respected reputation for Technical Data Collection, Exploitation and Forensics. This capability is represented in our tag line as “Turning Data into Action”.
Today, CyTech continues to grow in size and reputation and has recently relocated to their new facility located near the Manassas Airport. The new facility designed and built to meet CyTech’s requirements include: forensic labs, evidence holding rooms, conference rooms, and the ever important office space for a growing staff.
Mission & Focus
CyTech supports our government, commercial and legal community clients by turning data into action; Enabling their critical decision making cycles by providing them with the timely, relevant, actionable intelligence and information they need to accomplish their missions. We provide the means to identify and extract the key Information needed from the sea of data that engulfs us daily.
We accomplish this by providing customized solutions in the form of processes, people, infrastructure and infrastructure support that leverage both state of the art technology and the irreplaceable expertise and judgment of experts.
Quality & Reputation
At CyTech we believe reputation is everything and the only way to establish a stellar reputation is to deliver industry leading services and support that exceed our client’s expectations. CyTech’s foundation for this reputation is the quality of our people and the solutions we bring to our clients.
CyTech believes that in order to establish ourselves as a positive force in the industry we must also establish ourselves with in the community. CyTech does this through various efforts that include: Sponsorship of local charity events, providing guest speakers at local high schools, lecturing at Military bases for soldiers transitioning out of the military, and setting on academic technology boards for local colleges.