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Bryan Martin Named SRA Cyber, Privacy VP; Max Hall Comments

SRA_logoBryan Martin, a former cybersecurity executive at ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT), has joined SRA International as vice president of cybersecurity and privacy.

He will lead SRA’s cyber practice and work with Richard Clarke, executive adviser for cybersecurity and counterterrorism, to form the practice’s strategic vision and identify new technologies and other offerings, the company said Monday.

Martin will also be responsible for executing programs, integrating best practices and developing the company’s cyber analysts and engineers.

Max Hall, executive vice president and chief growth officer, said Martin has more than 20 years of experience in the secure systems, network engineering, system integration and software development fields.

“It is a top priority for SRA to continue to make key investments in our cyber security capabilities, ” Hall added.

Max Hall
Max Hall

While at ManTech, Martin served as chief technology officer for the mission, cyber and intelligence solutions group and developed that company’s cybersecurity strategy.

He also led a cyber research and development program and programs in the national security sector.

Prior to that, he served as vice president for a defense secure solutions division and managed contracts to build and accrediting information technology environments for U.S. defense and intelligence customers.

Before joining ManTech, he served as a program manager and senior network engineer for Integrated Data Systems.

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