Noblis RunCyberAssurance Receives FedRAMP Moderate Authorization
Science and technology nonprofit Noblis has obtained the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program’s Moderate Authority to Operate designation for RunCyberAssurance, a cloud-based solution that provides automation and analytics capabilities, enabling organizations to maintain continuous authority to operate.
Mark Lay, Noblis’ solution delivery organization lead, explained that the designation allows future solutions to be integrated and empowers federal agencies to quickly deploy the solution to maintain enterprise-wide cloud authorization.
FedRAMP is an initiative to standardize security for cloud products adopted by the government. The Moderate Authority to Operate designation covers the RunCyberAssurance software-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service offerings, Noblis said.
The company offers a version of RunCyberAssurance aimed at streamlining compliance processes for cloud service providers. In addition to FedRAMP, CSPs need to meet Federal Information Security Modernization Act and National Institute of Standards and Technology requirements.
In April, the General Services Administration added RunCyberAssurance and RunAcquisitions to its multiple-award schedule, expanding their availability to the public sector.
Noblis said RunAcquisitions is a platform to manage interactions between vendors and the government throughout procurement.
Category: Digital Modernization
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