Centrify has been certified under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program to offer cloud-based Zero Trust Privilege services to government agency clients.
The company said Wednesday the FedRAMP certification sponsored by the Overseas Private Investment Corp. covers Privilege Elevation Service, Authentication Service, Privileged Access Service and Audit and Monitoring Service.
The services work to help agencies manage privileged access and ensure mission security as they move large workloads to the cloud.
"Centrify is proud to have achieved a FedRAMP authorization, which requires rigorous testing to understand the risk posture and compliance of the cloud system to meet the FedRAMP security controls and [National Institute of Standards and Technology] standards," said Greg Cranley, vice president of federal and public sector sales at Centrify.
Centrify's Zero Trust Privilege Services has also secured a number of federal accreditations including Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 2 and Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 140-2.