SRA Creating Federal iPad, iPhone Security Offering

SRA (NYSE: SRX) will team with smartphone security firm M.A.D. Partners to create a “range of services” to protect and secure government iPhones and iPads.

M.A.D has developed technologies that lock down iPhones and iPads that SRA will use to provide iPhone, iPad and Android operating system security for federal customers.

SRA will also be able to perform hosting, migration, integration and training services.

“iPhone and iPad-like mobile devices are offering tremendous operational utility to our clients across both commercial and government organizations, ” said SRA Senior VP of Offerings & Products Pat Burke.  “As a result, chief information officers and chief information security officers are facing a growing demand from their senior executives to safely integrate these mobile devices into their enterprise IT infrastructures without compromising their enterprise security.  SRA’s partnership with M.A.D. allows us to address this strategic priority while ensuring we continue to enhance our clients’ security, privacy and compliance posture.”

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