Cylance Approved as Federal Cloud Systems Inspector; Corey White Comments

cloud_security_EMCylance has been authorized as a federal cloud systems inspection body and holds the status of third-party assessment organization for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP.

Cylance obtained the accreditation from the American Association for Laboratory after a demonstration of the company’s technical compliance for FedRAMP, Cylance said Monday.

“We are proud to have achieved this level of certification and to be a part of the FedRAMP program,“ said Corey White, vice president of professional services at Cylance.

“As our enemies become increasingly more aggressive and sophisticated, the ability to understand and address risk with a common language and unified approach is critical,“ White added.

Irvine, Calif.-based Cylance provides penetration testing, incident response, compromise assessments and custom services to clients for cybersecurity through the use of artificial intelligence, algorithmic science and machine learning technologies and techniques.

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