Kratos Defense & Security Solutions acquires SecureInfo
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has acquired SecureInfo Corporation, a leading provider of products and solutions for securing cyberspace, for $17.5 million. The announcement was made in a company statement on 16 November 2011.
According to the statement, SecureInfo is a ‘pure-play cyber security company specializing in assisting defense, intelligence, civilian government and commercial customers to identify, understand, document, manage, mitigate and protect against cyber security risks while reducing information security costs and achieving compliance with applicable regulations, standards and guidance’. The company offers ‘Strategic Advisory, Operational Cyber Security and Cyber Security Risk Management services and is a recognized leader in the rapidly evolving fields of Cloud Security, Continuous Monitoring and Cyber Security Training. Customers include the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security and large commercial customers, including market leading cloud computing service providers’.
Kratos said that SecureInfo RMS will be integrated into its NeuralStar family of Situational Awareness, Cyber Security and Network Operations Management products, expanding the compliance profile within NeuralStar's 360° common operational picture of mission-critical operations.
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