Yulista builds resilience with strategic Cybersecurity and Technology Deal.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Yulista, a global leader in rapid response aerospace and defense solutions, announced today that it has acquired StraitSys, a provider of Big Data Analytics, Information Technology Services, Counter-Insider Threat, Cybersecurity, and Program Management.
Founded in 2007, StraitSys is a Certified Woman Owned Small Business with offices in metropolitan Washington, DC, and Huntsville, AL. StraitSys has proven past performance and technical experience with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Merrill Lynch, Shelby Country Criminal Courts, MDA, and other DOD groups.
“We are very excited to bring another innovative technology solution into our operations and our portfolio of services,” says Yulista President and CEO Josh Herren. “StraitSys’ industry-leading capabilities will enhance our technology group and allow us to protect our customer’s critical assets.”
Tim Strait, co-founder, and President of StraitSys said, “StraitSys is thrilled to join the Yulista family as their commitment to supporting the national security mission is perfectly aligned with ours. We chose Yulista not only because of the strategic benefits to our customers, but because we share similar business culture and values.”
Yulista’s acquisition of StraitSys will boost its Cybersecurity and Technology portfolio as it increases value to the national security industry and beyond. StraitSys capabilities will grow Yulista’s technology group and allow Yulista to support federal and commercial customers to defend critical infrastructure against threats to business systems and our national security.
Yulista is a proven Alaska Native Corporation in the aerospace and defense industry. Yulista’s mission is to serve people while delivering value-added solutions and unparalleled customer experiences. Yulista’s core services and support areas are Aviation, Ground, Logistics, Training, Base/Operations Management support, and Engineering and Technical Services.