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Cellebrite Seeks FedRAMP Certification Via Cybersecurity Services Provider Coalfire

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Cellebrite Seeks FedRAMP Certification Via Cybersecurity Services Provider Coalfire

Cellebrite, an Israel-based digital intelligence firm operating in the United States through its Virginia office, has announced that it is pursuing Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program compliance certification for its software-as-a-service offerings. 

The company has tapped cybersecurity and cloud services company Coalfire for third-party support in the authorization process that is expected to be completed in 12 months. Coalfire brings into the compliance certification effort a cloud engineering expertise that has so far delivered 100 percent of its submissions passing the FedRAMP Third Party Assessment Organization audits, Cellebrite said Thursday.

The company added that Coalfire’s collaboration will help ensure that its security practices and SaaS solutions will meet FedRAMP standards and data compliance. 

Cellebrite also said FedRAMP certification for its offerings will bring to federal customers SaaS solutions that promote faster and cost-effective procurement, avoid assessment duplications and ensure consistent compliance with information security benchmarks.

Ronnen Armon, Cellebrite’s chief products and technologies officer, said the company’s solutions currently support various federal agencies, and the FedRAMP certification bid shows a further commitment to providing customers with secure and reliable services.  

In 2021, to expand its federal government market reach, Cellebrite acquired Digital Clues, an open-source intelligence firm focused on serving law enforcement agencies. 

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