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Oracle Cloud Service Gets Top Secret Clearance From US Intelligence Community

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Oracle Cloud Service Gets Top Secret Clearance From US Intelligence Community

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure announced on Tuesday that it received U.S. Intelligence Community authorization to host top secret/sensitive compartmented information missions.

The authorization adds to OCI’s list of services cleared in May by the Defense Information Systems Agency and FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board, which include Oracle Cloud Guard and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure OS Management.

The latest accreditation moves the IC and the Department of Defense closer to their multicloud vision and accelerates sensitive missions’ adoption of commercial innovation, Oracle said.

Over 50 Oracle Cloud services on top-secret networks will be available to the IC, following the new authorization. These capabilities include core networking, compute and storage services, including the Oracle Modern Data Platform featuring the Oracle Autonomous Database and Exadata Cloud Service.

Kim Lynch, Oracle executive vice president and a 4×24 member and speaker at the recent Fourth Annual CIO Summit, said the company was proud to bring next-generation cloud services as an established partner of IC and DOD.

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