SRA to help government agencies with cybersecurity

IT solutions company SRA International has won a place on the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program contract.

Under the multiple-award contract vehicle, which carries a ceiling value of $6 billion, SRA will compete for task orders to support and strengthen the cyber- security of government agency computer networks and systems by delivering innovative solutions designed to enhance and automate the existing continuous network monitoring capabilities, correlate and analyze critical security-related information and enhance risk-based decision making.

The work under the contract is performed under a blanket purchase agreement. Other companies that have received the same type of contract are Compass Federal Consulting, Grayscout, Halfaker & Associates, Intercom Consulting & Federal Systems, Kingfisher Systems, MBL Technologies, The RSR Company, VariQ, TripWire, Symantec, IBM, McAfee, Application Security, Qualys, Hewlett Packard, ForeScout Technologies, Bit9, REDSEAL, and FireMon.

“We are pleased to be part of the CDM mission, and we will bring the full breadth of SRA’s capabilities to bear in order to ensure the security of America’s cyber infrastructure,” said George Batsakis, executive vice president of SRA’s National Security Group

Read more: http://www.upi.com/Business_News/Security-Industry/2014/01/21/SRA-to-help-government-agencies-with-cybersecurity/UPI-43411390330836/#ixzz2r4JZcQ9C

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