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Informatica Announces FedRAMP Authorization for Cloud Data Management Platform

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Informatica Announces FedRAMP Authorization for Cloud Data Management Platform

Informatica, a software development company, announced that its cloud data management platform has attained Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Moderate level authorization.

Built on a microservices architecture, the Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services platform is designed for cloud data integration, cloud application integration, cataloging, analytics and data governance, Informatica said Tuesday.

Informatica added that IICS is powered by its proprietary CLAIRE artificial intelligence and machine learning engine, which the company said is capable of processing 23 trillion cloud transactions each month.

IICS is designed to rapidly integrate multi-cloud and on-premise data as well as ensure that the information remains clean and secure.

The company added that government agencies may use the platform to satisfy the demand for citizen services, comply with regulatory requirements and accomplish data-driven tasks.

Jitesh Ghai, chief product officer at Informatica, said that the FedRAMP authorization provides assurance that the IICS platform meets the strictest global security standards and federal regulations.

FedRAMP is a government-wide program that provides a standardized method for assessing the cybersecurity of cloud-based products and services.

A Moderate level authorization entails that an offering is secure enough to host workloads whose loss of confidentiality, integrity or availability can result in serious adverse effects, according to the FedRAMP website.

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