• Pursuit of FedRAMP® Moderate Status reflects BeyondTrust’s commitment to federal government customers and their mission
  • BeyondTrust Secure Remote Access Solutions enable complete control and unmatched auditing of remote access

Atlanta, GA – January 20, 2023 – Today, BeyondTrust, the worldwide leader in intelligent identity and access security, announces that its Secure Remote Access (SRA) solutions have achieved the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program’s (FedRAMP®) “In-Process” designation. These solutions, which include Remote Support and Privileged Remote Access, protect organizations from today’s most advanced cyberattacks.

FedRAMP promotes the adoption of industry-leading cloud services across federal government agencies by providing a standardized approach to security and risk assessment. This designation offers federal government customers the assurance necessary to capitalize on premier cloud technologies without compromising on the security needed to safeguard sensitive information and the personal data of citizens.

“Our SRA solutions enable agencies to effectively and efficiently manage privileged access and audit controls to remote access from employees, vendors, and service desks. Achieving FedRAMP in-process will allow us to deepen our partnership with our federal customers during a time when network security has never been more imperative,” said Blaine Segal, Regional Vice President, Federal Sales. “Cyberattacks against federal government agencies are an urgent threat to national security and defending against them starts with managing access to sensitive assets.”

Obtaining a FedRAMP authorization will strengthen BeyondTrust’s capacity to serve federal government agencies. Moreover, the pursuit of FedRAMP Moderate exemplifies the company’s dedication to the cloud as a deployment model.

“FedRAMP is considered the gold standard of cloud security controls in the federal government” said Kelvin Moore, Chief Information Security Officer at U.S. Small Business Administration. “We’re pleased to sponsor BeyondTrust as they work towards their FedRAMP certification, making it easier for government agencies to attain the benefits of Secure Remote Access solutions, improved user experience, productivity, security and cost savings — in the cloud.” said Moore.

Once achieved, the FedRAMP Moderate designation will enable BeyondTrust’s federal partners to utilize Secure Remote Access solutions with their current government customer base and expand these offerings to prospective government customers. These products empower agencies to apply the principle of least privilege and audit controls to all remote access. In the modern hybrid workplace that is rapidly migrating to the cloud, heightened visibility and control are paramount to secure sensitive information within a network.

The pursuit of FedRAMP Moderate constitutes a significant investment of time and resources, underscoring BeyondTrust’s commitment to technology leadership in the federal government space and intent to drive value for our partners today and in the future.

Learn more about the significance of BeyondTrust’s FedRAMP In-Process designation and Secure Remote Access solutions here.

About BeyondTrust

BeyondTrust is the global cybersecurity leader protecting Paths to Privilege™. Our identity-centric approach goes beyond securing privileges and access, empowering organizations with the most effective solution to manage the entire identity attack surface and neutralize threats, whether from external attacks or insiders.

BeyondTrust is leading the charge in transforming identity security to prevent breaches and limit the blast radius of attacks, while creating a superior customer experience and operational efficiencies. We are trusted by 20,000 customers, including 75 of the Fortune 100, and our global ecosystem of partners.

Learn more at www.beyondtrust.com.

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