Noblis Introduces Suite of Products for Simplifying Federal Processes
Noblis, a science and technology organization, has launched a lineup of products designed to improve efficiency and visibility in complex federal processes.
The Run family of offerings includes automation and analytics products aimed at helping government agencies expedite their information technology modernization efforts, Noblis said Monday.
“We designed these solutions to meet the unique needs of our government clients and help them analyze information, automate manual processes and make data-driven decisions,” said Mile Corrigan, senior vice president for federal civilian solutions at Noblis.
The first available offering, called RunCyberAssurance, was designed to help agencies and government contractors streamline cybersecurity compliance processes, including the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
FedRAMP is a government-wide program created to standardize the approach to security assessment authorization and continuous monitoring of cloud-based services.
RunCyberAssurance is a cloud-based solution that users can deploy either as a stand-alone system or a client-based application, Noblis said.
CEO and President Amr ElSawy, a two-time Wash100 winner, added that RunCyberAssurance is part of Noblis’ effort to pair its software-as-a-service offerings with its government services expertise.
Noblis said the solution is a product of its experience guiding organizations through the Federal Information Security Management Act, National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication 800-53 security controls and FedRAMP.
RunCyberAssurance supports the Biden administration’s effort to transition government agencies towards zero trust security, Noblis added.
One Department of Homeland Security official highlighted the strength of cloud technology in facilitating an organization’s transition to zero trust. Noblis said RunCyberAssurance includes features that can help simplify the complexities of cloud migration.
Category: Digital Modernization
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