FROM THE SAVIYNT NEWSROOM
SAVIYNT IDENTITY GOVERNANCE-AS-A-SERVICE REACHES “IN PROCESS” STATUS WITH FEDRAMP
For Immediate Release
LOS ANGELES—May 10, 2018 – Saviynt, today announced that it has achieved “In Process” status for AWS GovCloud with the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), a US government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.
Saviynt delivers a risk-driven and fully-featured Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) platform as a service that includes capabilities such as user lifecycle management, access request, access certification, provisioning, SOD management, identity analytics, cloud infrastructure access governance, data access governance, and privileged access management.
FedRAMP is designed to increase confidence in the security of cloud solutions and to achieve consistent security authorizations using a baseline set of agreed-upon standards. FedRAMP helps ensure the consistent application of existing security practices, increases confidence in security assessments and increases automation and near real-time data for continuous monitoring.
“Saviynt’s flexible and completely managed platform ensures our federal customers can easily secure their critical applications and infrastructure using a next-generation identity management and governance solution,” said Matthew Schmidt, Vice President of US Public Sector Sales at Saviynt. “The FedRAMP authorization will allow government agencies to confidently adopt our technology and effectively manage risk and achieve continuous compliance.”
Saviynt is a leading provider of Cloud Security and Identity Governance solutions. Saviynt enables enterprises to secure applications, data, and infrastructure in a single platform for Cloud (AWS, Azure, Box, Dropbox, Hadoop, Office 365, Salesforce, Workday) and Enterprise (Cerner, Dynamics, Epic, Oracle EBS, SAP). Saviynt is pioneering IGA 2.0 by integrating advanced risk analytics and intelligence with fine-grained privilege management.