Splunk Cloud Receives FedRAMP Authorization; Frank Dimina Quoted

Splunk Inc. announced on Tuesday that Splunk Cloud has received FedRAMP authorization at a moderate impact level from the General Services Administration (GSA) FedRAMP Program Management Office (PMO).

The authorization brings Splunk Cloud to agencies that are working to eliminate the barrier between data and action. Federal agencies and their partners will now be able to leverage the assurance of the FedRAMP program to solve their toughest IT, security and IoT challenges with Splunk’s Data-to-Everything Platform.

“Our FedRAMP authorization serves as further validation of Splunk’s commitment to our public sector customers and our ability to power digital transformation across government,” said Frank Dimina, vice president of public sector, Splunk. “We can now offer a single solution capable of solving IT, security and mission challenges for agencies where confident, data-driven, decisive actions matter for the success of the mission.”

FedRAMP is a U.S. government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. Agencies can leverage the FedRAMP Marketplace to select Cloud Service Providers with services that meet their mission requirements

Thousands of public sector organizations worldwide are leveraging the Splunk Data-to-Everything platform, including all three branches of the U.S. government and 15 cabinet-level departments.

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Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) turns data into doing with the Data-to-Everything Platform. Splunk technology is designed to investigate, monitor, analyze and act on data at any scale.

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