Pitney Bowes Announces FedRAMP Authorization for Cloud-Based Mailing Platform
Logistics company Pitney Bowes said it has obtained security authorization to offer its cloud-based sending and receiving platform to the federal government.
Pitney Bowes announced that its SendPro 360 platform achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program authorization.
Sponsored by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the authorization was awarded after a two-year process of demonstrating the product’s adherence to security standards, Pitney Bowes said Monday.
Jason Dies, executive vice president and president for sending technology solutions, said that the milestone represents how much Pitney Bowes has invested in the security of its latest offerings. “Securing this prominent standard marks our unwavering commitment to our government clients,” he added.
Established in 2011, FedRAMP is a program that provides a standardized approach to evaluating the security of cloud-based products and services.
A FedRAMP Authorized designation indicates that a cloud service provider’s offering has met all program requirements and may be made available for agency reuse, according to a summary of FedRAMP designations.
Pitney Bowes said that SendPro 360 gives agencies a suite of inbound and outbound mailing solutions, including PitneyShip and PitneyTrack.
The solutions are among the first shipping technologies listed on the FedRAMP Marketplace, an official storefront for government agencies, the company added.
According to the FedRAMP website, 263 products so far have achieved the Authorized designation. SendPro 360 is listed as having the software-as-a-product service model and as ideal for Moderate security-level workloads.
Category: Digital Modernization
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