The FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board (JAB) has granted Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Government Cloud Services a Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO), marking OCI as a compliant, cost-effective and highly-secure platform for public sector customers, the company reported on Tuesday.
"Achieving a FedRAMP JAB P-ATO is a key step as we help our Public Sector customers take advantage of OCI's security, innovation, and cost savings for their missions." said Scott Twaddle, VP, Regulated Markets, OCI. "As an authorized Cloud Service Provider, Oracle gives customers peace-of-mind, knowing that modern security threats and challenges are being continuously managed, monitored, and addressed by Oracle."
The JAB has developed a standard for assessing, authorizing and monitoring cloud systems' security. Oracle has already achieved a FedRAMP High Agency ATO, Oracle's achievement of the FedRAMP High JAB P-ATO will advance the risk posture of the system has been reviewed and approved by leading technology officials.
Oracle completed a readiness assessment of the cloud service offerings' for the authorization process, under the JAB P-ATO accreditation, which were then reviewed by technical representatives from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Defense (DoD), and General Services Administration (GSA).
The company received JAB FedRAMP authorization for OCI Compute Service, Object Storage Service, Block Storage Service, Database Cloud Service, Exadata Cloud Service, Key Management Service, Virtual Cloud Networks, FastConnect, Load Balancing as a Service, Identity and Access Management and Auditing.
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