The enterprise cybersecurity company said Tuesday its Email Security Cloud Edition obtained International Organization for Standardization 27001:2013 certification and Service Organization Controls Type 2 recertification for security and confidentiality.
The platform is designed to block potentially harmful uniform resource locators and techniques to protect email users from threats.
The Milpitas, Calif.-based firm has also been reauthorized under FedRAMP to include antivirus, antispam and impersonation detection features on the Government Email Threat Prevention Security Service, which allows helps public sector entities to secure their emails from cloud-based commodity threats.
FireEye initially received FedRAMP authorization for the Government ETP Security Service in 2017.
Grady Summers, executive vice president and chief technology officer of FireEye, said the latest ISO certification and FedRAMP reauthorization assures customers that the firm’s cloud services have passed third-party inspection and adhere to data protection standards.