Menlo Security has achieved FedRAMP authorization for its Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) and Cloud-based Internet Isolation (CBII) technology, isolating users and data from malware, ransomware, spyware, and zero-days. Menlo Security is uniquely positioned as a FedRAMP Moderate Authorization for this suite of solutions
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., January 31, 2023– Menlo Security, a leader in cloud security, today announced the Menlo Security Cloud Security Platform powered by the patented Isolation Core. We have a medium level Authorization to Operate (ATO) under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).
Menlo’s FedRAMP Authorized Cloud based Internet Isolation (CBII) Security Platform with Isolation Core in place of a detection and response approach Stop threats before they occur. This means you can securely browse all your content anytime, anywhere. According to DISA’s Office of Requirements and Analysis, CBII is expected to save him more than $300 million, which the DoD would need to upgrade cybersecurity tools to defend its Internet access points.
The federal government is deploying more cloud services as it moves toward digital transformation. As part of keeping the country, its networks, and its workers safe, the White House has issued an Executive Order mandating Zero Trust security for all federal agencies by the end of 2024. Data from malware, ransomware, spyware, and zero-day exploits.
Focused on Zero Trust, Menlo’s cloud security platform is designed to eliminate malware threats, including ransomware. Menlo Security’s isolation-powered platform securely connects users to her websites and applications from anywhere while elastically scaling to meet user demands without compromising her experience. . Today, Menlo’s cloud security solutions are deployed by over 100 government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), mission partners, international governments, and state, local, and education departments (SLEDs) across the United States.
Although FedRAMP is a federally mandated program, SLED agencies across the United States can apply the FedRAMP framework to their own cloud contracts and assessments to achieve many of the same benefits that apply to federal agencies. increase. Menlo Security is also a member of his StateRAMP program, which represents the common interests of state and local governments. Like FedRAMP, StateRAMP is based on his NIST 800-53 guidelines to ensure cybersecurity standardization and best practices.
Since March 2019, Menlo Security has been providing CBII solutions to protect Department of Defense (DoD) networks around the world with integration partner By Light. By Light and Menlo Security worked closely with the DISA CBII Program Management Office (PMO) to design and implement CBII capabilities that eliminate browser and web-based threats, including phishing, drive-by downloads, and zero-day browser vulnerabilities Did. FedRAMP authorization allows Menlo to extend its world-class protections to the private sector.
In addition to these threats, Menlo Security has identified a surge in cyberthreats called Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) that circumvent traditional security defenses. HEAT attacks are a very common cyberthreat class that targets web browsers as a highly vulnerable web attack vector, used 75% of the time during the working day. HEAT attacks employ techniques to evade detection by multiple layers of current security stacks, including firewalls, secure web gateways, sandboxes, URL reputation, and phishing detection.
“Together with Menlo Security, we are providing DISA with a cloud security solution that directly enhances the Department of Defense’s ability to defend the Department of Defense Information Network (DODIN),” said Mike Hatcher, Chief Revenue Officer, By Light. I’m here. “We look forward to continuing our partnership with Menlo and providing government agencies with solutions that help keep our cybersecurity infrastructure and its users safe, secure and productive.”
Raquel Hernandez, Information Systems Project Manager at Sandia National Laboratories, said: “Menlo’s FedRAMP-certified CBII platform is easy to deploy and manage.”
“Achieving FedRAMP authorization for the Menlo Cloud Security Platform is a true testament to the value of our Isolation Core architecture. “Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) are challenging traditional security stacks with new techniques to deliver malware to users. Our Zero Trust approach has been attested by DoD’s CBII to millions of users for over two years, and we look forward to providing the same protections to all government agencies with FedRAMP authorization.”
Key features of the Menlo Cloud Security Platform, also known as CBII, are:
- Isolation Core – The patented Menlo Isolation Core protects against known and unknown threats and isolates them before they reach you. Zero-trust isolation provides 100% protection without any special software or plugins, so users experience no adverse effects or disruptions.
- Centralized Platform – Menlo’s cloud-native platform prevents malware from reaching users, eliminates the need for multiple technologies, and provides one interface for IT managers to navigate.
- Elastic Edge – A platform built to scale globally on demand. Dynamically scale for enterprise-grade growth with over 5 million production environments. The platform can also be easily extended with a rich set of APIs and integrations.
- Prevent HEAT Attacks – Combining Menlo’s Zero Trust approach with its Isolation Core ensures all web traffic is subject to corporate security controls, addressing traditional flaws in today’s network security stack, It enables a true proactive approach to security that ultimately results in a safer security posture. .
For more information on Menlo Security’s government solutions, please visit https://info.menlosecurity.com/FedRAMP-authorized.html.
About Menlo Security
Menlo Security protects your organization from cyberattacks by eliminating malware threats from the web, documents and email. Menlo Security’s patented Isolation cloud security platform scales to provide comprehensive protection for businesses of all sizes without requiring endpoint software and without impacting the end-user experience . Menlo Security is trusted by leading global companies, including Fortune 500 companies, 8 of the world’s 10 largest financial services institutions, and large government agencies. The company is backed by Vista Equity Partners, Neuberger Berman, General Catalyst, American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures, HSBC, and JP Morgan Chase. Menlo Security is headquartered in Mountain View, California. For more information, please visit www.menlosecurity.com.
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