CYBER SECURITY COMPANY LUNARLINE WINS FAA PRIVACY CONTRACT

ARLINGTON, VA – March 28, 2012 – Lunarline, Inc. has received a winning bid to support the United States Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Privacy Division, entitled “Advancing the State of Privacy at the FAA.” The Privacy Division oversees privacy policy, rule-making and unique information disclosure issues under four main areas: Policy and Governance, Operations, Compliance, and Outreach and Education.

Lunarline will provide privacy solutions and support to the agency focused on ensuring that appropriate steps are taken to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII) from unauthorized use, access, disclosure, or sharing and to protect associated information systems and web sites from unauthorized access, modification, disruption, or destruction. Lunarline has a successful track record of providing security and privacy solutions and support throughout the Federal Government and the commercial sector. Lunarline’s business model focuses solely on information assurance (IA) and privacy disciplines.

“We look forward to supporting the FAA Privacy Division to ensure continued success and a proactive approach to implementing appropriate safeguards, policies, and procedures to protect the sensitive and private information of employees, crews, and the traveling public.,” said Lunarline CEO, Waylon Krush.

 

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Carolyn Morse
Lunarline Inc., Media Relations
Carolyn.morse@lunarline.com
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