FAIRFAX, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SRA International, Inc., a leading provider of IT solutions and professional services to government organizations, today announced that Bryan Martin has joined SRA as its new vice president, Cyber Security and Privacy.
“Bryan’s technical experience and formidable business acumen make him a valuable addition to the SRA leadership team. He is a proven technology leader with more than 20 years of experience in secure systems and network engineering, system integration and software development.”
“It is a top priority for SRA to continue to make key investments in our cyber security capabilities,” said Executive Vice President and Chief Growth Officer Max Hall. “Bryan’s technical experience and formidable business acumen make him a valuable addition to the SRA leadership team. He is a proven technology leader with more than 20 years of experience in secure systems and network engineering, system integration and software development.”
As SRA’s vice president of Cyber Security and Privacy, Martin will lead SRA’s cyber practice – guiding program execution, introducing and reinforcing best practices, ensuring the continued professional development of SRA’s cyber analysts and engineers, and leading the development of solutions that are responsive to the dynamic cyber security and privacy demands of SRA’s clients. Martin will work closely with Richard Clarke, SRA’s executive adviser for cyber security and counter terrorism, to set the strategic vision and identify innovative offerings and technologies for SRA’s Cyber Security and Privacy practice.
Martin joins SRA from ManTech where he served as chief technology officer for Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions group, where he helped develop the company’s cyber security strategy, led a multi-million dollar cyber security research and development program, and supported critical cyber security programs in the national security arena. Prior to that he served as vice president for a defense secure solutions division, where he managed multiple contracts for the development and implementation of secure accredited IT infrastructures for the U.S. Department of Defense and intelligence community. Prior to ManTech, Martin served as a program manager and senior network engineer for Integrated Data Systems. Martin received his bachelor’s degree in computer science from George Washington University, Washington D.C.
SRA’s Cyber Security practice was established in 1999 and provides a full spectrum of cyber security solutions including privacy and policy consulting, security engineering, compliance certification, security operations, vulnerability identification and management, and incident response & remediation for customers in the civil, health, defense, homeland security and intelligence federal markets.
About SRA International, Inc.
For more than 30 years, SRA International has been dedicated to solving complex mission and efficiency challenges for the U.S. government. From our headquarters in Fairfax, Va., and from offices and locations around the globe, our nearly 6,000 employees support government clients in civilian, defense, health, intelligence, law enforcement and homeland security agencies by delivering IT solutions and professional services in such areas as information technology lifecycle services; cloud and mobile computing; cyber security; solutions development and integration; and, strategy development and organizational change management. We also provide mission-specific domain expertise in areas such as energy and environmental consulting; intelligence analysis; advanced research; and bioinformatics. Our employees’ deep commitment to offering real value to our clients and serving our communities is rooted in our ethic of Honesty and Service®.
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