Kratos Notches NeuralStar Sales to U.S. Defense, Intel Agencies; Phil Carrai Comments

Phil Carrai, Kratos

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has announced sales valued at a total of $1.1 million to four major U.S. defense and intelligence agencies of its NeuralStar network management and situational awareness software product.

The names of the agencies were not disclosed.

NeuralStar monitors, aggregates and integrates mission-critical network availability, cyber security and compliance management data from heterogeneous technologies to create flexible, dynamic dashboards for enhanced management and complete situational awareness.

“All of these agencies function on the frontiers of communications and cyber security operations,” said Phil Carrai, president of Kratos Technologies and Training Solutions. “They include some of the world’s largest global networks as well as smaller, highly specialized and in-the-field operations. It is gratifying to see this endorsement of the NeuralStar platform as the standard for highly-secure network management and situational awareness.”

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