FedRAMP Moderate Authorization
The FedRAMP Moderate Authorization, and its baseline of 325 controls, allowing users from federal agencies and other industries in regulated environments to manage Controlled Unclassified Information. FedRAMP also provides standardized security requirements for cloud products, services assessments, and monitoring used in federal agencies. It enables a more streamlined procurement process for U.S. federal customers by standardizing security requirements.
VMware Workspace ONE Access delivers multi-factor authentication, conditional access, and single sign-on for applications delivered by combining the user’s identity. Federal agencies can now deliver a Zero Trust security approach as a part of the Workspace ONE FedRAMP Authorized platform. William J. Rowan, Vice President of Federal Sales, Government, Education, and Healthcare, VMware, said,
“Today’s U.S. government is in a race to modernize its IT infrastructure to support ever more complicated missions, growing workloads, and an increasingly distributed workforce, and do so facing a constantly evolving threat landscape. By earning the FedRAMP Authorization for Workspace ONE Access, VMware equips our federal customers with device management, access management, and an end-to-end Zero Trust approach, allowing them to maximize time and resources, enhance security efficiency and boost resiliency.”
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