Sumo Logic Gets FedRAMP Ready Designation for Machine Data Analytics Platform

Sumo Logic has obtained the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Ready status for its cloud-based machine data analytics platform.

The Sumo Logic platform works to provide data-derived intelligence and insights to help federal organizations build, operate and ensure the security of their applications and cloud infrastructure, the company said Tuesday.

“While our pursuit of FedRAMP Authorization is a work in progress, the FedRAMP Ready designation is a testament to our dedication towards maintaining a strong robust security posture as well as continuing to listen to our customer’s needs,” said George Gerchow, chief security officer at Sumo Logic.

Gerchow noted that the company’s platform could help agencies implement DevSecOps practices and move workloads to the cloud through access to continuous intelligence and insights.

GovCon firms and federal agencies could access the Sumo Logic platform through the FedRAMP Marketplace.

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