Zeva Holdings Group, an information technology software and consulting services provider, has purchased NextgenID for an undisclosed amount in a strategy to grow identity and access management offerings.
Reston, Va.-based Zeva said Tuesday it has worked with NextgenID employees and customers since November last year on the merger process.
Mohab Murrar, a Zeva executive vice president, has succeeded Danny Mills as CEO of NextgenID. The latter company is headquartered in Herndon and offers ID management, credentialing and assurance services through its deployed and government-approved platforms.
Zeva aims to help customers secure data and transactions with the use of public key enabling, cybersecurity and IT tools. The firm invested and acquired a 50 percent stake in digital health care identity consortium SAFE-BioPharma in 2019.