FedRAMP Authorization

Choose BlackBerry AtHoc, a FedRAMP-Authorized Crisis Communication Solution

Federal Agencies Trust BlackBerry

More US Federal government agencies use BlackBerry® AtHoc, a FedRAMP-authorized crisis communication solution, to help protect millions of their people than any other crisis communication solution.

BlackBerry AtHoc helps keep more than 70% of all US Federal employees safe, including US Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Department of Veterans Affairs, the Federal Aviation Administration, and Department of Energy personnel, among many others. It has received Authority To Operate designations from the US Federal Aviation Authority as well as the Departments of Treasury, Justice, Transportation and Energy.

BlackBerry AtHoc: FedRAMP-authorized Emergency Mass Communication

BlackBerry AtHoc enables agencies to securely share critical information during a crisis with their people and across agencies. Its suite of integrated applications sets the standard in networked crisis communication.

BlackBerry AtHoc Alert

Secure two-way mass notification across social media, sirens, mobile app, computers, SMS, two-way radios, PA systems and wearable devices.

BlackBerry AtHoc Connect

Inter-agency crisis communication addresses critical deficiencies in crisis management and answers interoperability requirements set out by the DHS Interoperable Communications Act H.R. 615.

BlackBerry AtHoc Account

A single, up-to-date dashboard aggregates user status set by alert responses, system operators, call center employees, and designated Accountability Officers to account for 100% of your people and achieve operational efficiency.

FedRAMP Authorization Technical Details

  • Service Model: SaaS
  • Deployment Model: Hybrid Cloud
  • Impact Level: Moderate
  • Package ID: F1302271924; Package Access Request Form
  • Authorization Type: Agency (Federal Aviation Administration)
  • Independent Assessor: Kratos SecureInfo
  • Agency Authorization Date: 2/15/2017
  • FedRAMP Authorization Date: 3/10/2017
Learn about BlackBerry AtHoc

Cybersecurity Focus

As part of BlackBerry's continued commitment to the US Federal Government, its US-based Cybersecurity Operations Center (CSOC) will provide continual monitoring and visibility, ensuring consistent application of existing security practices. The CSOC will also provide support for other BlackBerry products as they go through the FedRAMP authorization process.