CSRA forms cyber alliance with ScienceLogic

CSRA has formed a new alliance with hybrid IT security company ScienceLogic that focuses on cyber in light of President Trump's May executive order on cybersecurity.

Through this alliance, CSRA and ScienceLogic seek to deliver new products and services to agencies in order to comply with requirements set out in that order. The order emphasizes use of shared service and heightened cyber training for federal workers.

ScienceLogic says its service assurance platform is the only such tool approved on the Defense Department's Unified Capabilities Approved Products List, which covers tools available for purchase and deployment across DoD's IT infrastructure.

Both companies aim to help federal agencies grow visibility of their IT networks and use predictive analytics to halt potential performance issues.

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