Meet the Owners
Management Team in Fairfax, Virginia
Jeremy’s predilection for entrepreneurial ventures emerged more than 20 years ago. After graduating from the esteemed Military College of South Carolina (The Citadel) in 1999, Jeremy began acquiring and selling previously-owned computers on eBay. As demand grew, Jeremy discovered some of the old computer systems he’d obtained weren’t fit enough for sale. It dawned on him that the disposal of these unsalvageable devices needed an environmentally sound solution. Many recycling firms wouldn’t accept these devices for processing; however, Jeremy was not deterred. He developed his own process for the effective, secure, complete recycling of such products, and in 2003, established Securis in Albany, NY. Successful growth lead to an expansion into the Washington, D.C. area market in 2005, and demand for Securis’s signature green solutions has yet to slow. Today, Securis’ data destruction and electronics recycling services are trusted by thousands of agencies, organizations, health care facilities, data centers and financial institutions.
In 2007, Jeremy was appointed to the Virginia Joint Commission on Technology and Science eCycling Advisory Committee, chaired by Delegate Joe T. May and Senator Mamie Locke. In May 2008, Jeremy was chosen as one of Washington, D.C.’s Bisnow Top 35 Entrepreneurs Under 35.
During his spare time, Jeremy enjoys serving his community by participating in the Junior Achievement program and coaching local high school basketball. Jeremy enjoys his church, serving his community, and spending time with his wife and children.
Daniel Mattock, VP Sales
Daniel has over fifteen years of experience as a business executive and IT risk management specialist. His experience includes private equity investing, technology and government M&A advisory work and environmental building and real estate development. In 2011 Daniel joined Securis, a leading IT Asset Disposal and data security company servicing government agencies and enterprise customers. He currently serves as its Executive Vice President where he helps develop and execute secure IT asset disposal strategies for its diverse, global customer base.
Daniel is a LEED Green Associate as certified by the U.S. Green Building Council and a Certified Secure Destruction Specialist as certified by the National Association of Information Destruction.
Away from the office, Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife, daughters, family, and friends. He also is active in his church and with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
The Chantilly facility provides data destruction, hard drive shredding, and computer recycling to companies and agencies in and around Fairfax, Reston, McLean, Arlington, and Alexandria.