QTS Secures FedRAMP Compliance Via CSP Supplied Path; Chad Williams Comments

Cloud EbizQTS has established Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program compliance for its QTS Federal Cloud offering following a third-party security assessment by Veris Group.

The company said Wednesday it secured FedRAMP compliance through the CSP Supplied path, allowing federal agencies to assess the company’s security package for agency-specific security authorization.

Chad Williams, chairman and CEO of QTS, said FedRAMP compliance enables the company to continue its support for the government and its partners.

QTS Federal Cloud is an infrastructure-as-a-service product delivered through data centers in Virginia and Georgia.

The company received a FedRAMP Ready designation earlier in the quarter.

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