CrowdStrike announced Thursday that it received an agency FedRAMP authorization which it said will allow the company “to significantly expand its footprint in the Federal government to meet demand from Federal agencies for its endpoint protection technologies.  The company said its technical competence was evaluated against FedRAMP’s “moderate impact” baseline of control requirements. “Receiving our FedRAMP Authorization underscores our ability to protect the Federal government and the sensitive data and business processes stored within its systems, while enhancing security efficiency and boosting resilience for our customers,” said James Yeager, CrowdStrike’s vice president, public sector and healthcare, in a statement.

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John Curran is MeriTalk's Managing Editor covering the intersection of government and technology.