FedRAMP Grants ‘In Process’ Status to Socure’s Identity Verification Platform
Artificial intelligence company Socure announced that its ID+ platform has received an In Process designation and a marketplace listing from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
ID+ provides AI and machine learning-powered digital identity verification and fraud prevention capabilities, Socure said Monday.
The platform is intended to enable government agencies to deliver secure access to key services.
Chad Kalmes, Socure’s chief information security officer, said the company is on track to attaining a FedRAMP Moderate status.
FedRAMP is intended to standardize security assessments for cloud products and services offered to the government.
In a press release, Socure said ID+ can automatically approve 98 percent of mainstream populations and up to 94 percent for hard-to-identify populations. The company added that the platform can identify 90 percent of third-party identity fraud in the riskiest three percent of users.
Category: Digital Modernization
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