The company said Tuesday the expanded FedRAMP certification covers Forcepoint ONE’s security services, including Cloud Access Security Broker, Secure Web Gateway, Zero Trust Network Access and Data Loss Prevention.
Forcepoint ONE is designed to deliver zero trust protection in the cloud, on devices and on the network and enables security teams to manage policies for CASB, ZTNA, SWG, DLP and other security technologies through a single console.
“The FedRAMP authorization process assures agencies that Forcepoint ONE’s security and access controls meet the high standards required to protect government systems and infrastructure,” said Sean Berg, president of global governments and critical infrastructure at Forcepoint.
“Simplifying security through Forcepoint’s unique Data-first SASE approach gives agency leaders greater confidence that they can easily adopt Zero Trust, control access and data use, and take advantage of cloud transformation efforts without wasting time, effort, and money,” added Berg.
The authorization also shows that Forcepoint ONE meets 325 security controls for the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s 800-53 compliance requirements.