VBrick Seeks FedRAMP Approval for Cloud-Based Enterprise Video Platform

cloud computingVBrick is seeking a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification to offer a cloud-based video management technology to government agencies.

The company said Monday its Rev enterprise video platform is currently undergoing the FedRAMP security assessment framework review process.

Rev is designed to help users create, view and share live and recorded video content across an organization.

“Undertaking the FedRAMP security assessment and authorization process demonstrates our commitment to the data security of our federal government customers and our customers in every market segment,“ noted VBrick CEO Shelly Heiden.

VBrick pursues agency authorization under the federal cloud computing program with the backing of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Commerce Department.

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