CSRA and ScienceLogic have partnered to offer cybersecurity and monitoring services to the government sector.
Both companies aim to help customer agencies meet requirements under President Donald Trump’s cybersecurity executive order, CSRA said Thursday.
Seth Abrams, chief technology officer of CSRA’s homeland security group, said the partnership will work to support government customers’ agile development and security efforts with integrated offerings and ‘as a service’ model.
The two companies’ joint offerings are designed to boost IT infrastructure visibility and apply predictive analytics to mitigate performance issues before they affect federal networks.
CSRA and ScienceLogic will jointly offer the latter’s service assurance platform that has been added to the Defense Department’s Unified Capabilities Approved Product List.