Cloud Security, Cloud Security

Knowledge Services cloud offering scores federal security designation

According to Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick, Knowledge Services’ software-as-a-service cloud technology received the designation required by the federal government to ultimately be included on the FedRAMP Marketplace, a platform where federal agencies and government contractors can get authorized cloud service offerings. The designation was awarded to the company’s dotStaff platform, a government cloud-based vendor management system that helps clients manage credentials, vendors and workforce. Knowledge Services had to show compliance with the program’s cybersecurity framework in order to achieve the FedRAMP Ready status, and stated that this designation is the first step towards its goal of getting a FedRAMP Authorization. “As the government continues to transition services to the cloud, the importance of ensuring cloud security is critical. We appreciate the dedication of our InfoSec, IT and Development teams, who work every day to keep our systems secure and who embrace a culture of continual improvement,” said Knowledge Services President Joe Bielawski.
Jill Aitoro

Jill Aitoro leads editorial for SC Media, and content strategy for parent company CyberRisk Alliance. She 20 years of experience editing and reporting on technology, business and policy.

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