Privoro awarded expanded agreement with the U.S. Air Force

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I’m pleased to announce that Privoro’s agreement with the U.S. Air Force was recently expanded in both size and scope. Valued at $37.1 million over four years, the expanded agreement puts SafeCase on a clear and defined path to become the trusted platform for secure mobility throughout the federal government.

This announcement comes on the heels of more than a year of prototyping and pilot work with the Air Force, the Defense Information Systems Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. As we continue to add capabilities to our hardware-anchored security platform, these organizations will move closer to their goal of empowering a workforce that’s mobile yet secure.

In my mind, our government partners’ furthered commitment to Privoro not only validates our unique vision for mobile security but serves as a testament to our team’s relentless focus on solving our customers’ most pressing problems. We are excited to deliver on their expectations.

*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Be Aware authored by Mike Fong. Read the original post at:

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Mike Fong

Mike Fong is the founder and CEO of Privoro. He is an experienced technology executive and entrepreneur who started Privoro to solve the security and privacy issues of mobile devices – from attacks of sophisticated nation-states to over-reach by corporations and apps in the “surveillance capitalism” economy. Privoro launched the SafeCase in 2018, the first high-security extensible smartphone case with built-in, patented anti-surveillance capabilities that provides unprecedented levels of protection and assurance. Prior to Privoro, Mike founded and built Calence LLC from a startup to the largest pure-play networking integrator in the US at the time of its sale, with over $300+ million in sales to corporate and government clients. Mr. Fong has also consulted, or served as a board member, to companies in many industries, including chairing the Arizona Governor’s Council on Innovation and Technology. He is a two-time Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist and was named the Ed Denison Business Leader of the Year for the State of Arizona. Mr. Fong started his career at Arthur Andersen and holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University.

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