StackArmor Helps Bitglass Achieve FedRAMP Cloud Security Compliance

StackArmor Helps Bitglass Achieve FedRAMP Cloud Security Compliance
Cloud security

Bitglass has used a security stack from stackArmor, an Amazon Web Services advanced consulting partner, to address compliance objectives in pursuit of Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification.

StackArmor said Friday it supported FedRAMP Moderate certification for Bitglass' Total Cloud Security Platform using the ThreatAlert system with authority to operate in the AWS GovCloud (US) region.

The ATO on AWS program serves as a resource for technology vendors who seek compliance authorization assistance.

Andrew Urushima, a BitGlass senior vice president, said the company found ThreatAlert through the program and worked with stackArmor to implement security and monitoring controls required under the federal government's cloud program.

The Total Cloud Security Platform is built to protect interactions between devices, applications, web destinations and on-premise systems. web destination, on-premises resource, or infrastructure.

Bitglass' offering employs cryptographic modules and operates on GovCloud as a software as a service, stackArmor noted.

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