New FedRAMP Authorization Secures IoT Devices for Federal Agencies

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The growth of globally-interconnected systems and the increase in cyberthreats are causing security challenges for federal agencies. With the added responsibility of maintaining national security and adhering to mandates, federal agencies are experiencing increased pressure to accelerate the adoption of a Zero Trust architecture.


To support the federal government’s Zero Trust cybersecurity initiative, Palo Alto Networks announced today that its IoT Security solution has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Moderate Authorization. With this milestone, Palo Alto Networks IoT Security offering is helping agencies protect their unmanaged IoT devices with machine learning (ML)-powered visibility, threat prevention and Zero Trust policy creation with enforcement in a single platform. This adds to Palo Alto Networks existing product offerings that support the U.S. government's cybersecurity mission.


Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) selected Palo Alto Networks to modernize their cybersecurity. Among other initiatives, the VA is expanding its use of next-generation security technology to gain automated visibility and security for all the Internet of Medical Things devices on its network.


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