StateRAMP is a cybersecurity program that provides state and local governments with a common, simplified method for verification of cloud security for products and services provided by vendors.Learn More
Government Agencies Trust BlackBerry
BlackBerry is the trusted provider of security and data privacy for many U.S. state and federal agencies, including the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Department of Transportation, Department of Treasury and Department of Veterans Affairs.
BlackBerry Government Solutions has a separate corporate governance structure from BlackBerry Limited to comply with U.S. national security requirements. It provides continuous cybersecurity monitoring and visibility to ensure the consistent and best-practice application of cybersecurity practices for all BlackBerry FedRAMP-authorized, StateRAMP-authorized and StateRAMP-ready products.
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What is StateRAMP?
How is StateRAMP verified?
The StateRAMP verification model is based on the National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication 800-53 Rev. 4 framework and modeled in part on FedRAMP. Like FedRAMP, StateRAMP relies on authorized third-party assessment organizations (3PAOs) to conduct independent audits.
What is StateRAMP certification?
A service provider that has proven its ability to securely process, store and/or transmit government data including PII, PHI and/or PCI, and meets and maintains the required cybersecurity policies, can obtain StateRAMP-authorized status.
What does it mean for a services provider to be StateRAMP-ready?
Service providers with a StateRAMP-ready status meet the minimum StateRAMP requirements.
StateRAMP-ready vs. StateRAMP-authorized: What’s the difference?
StateRAMP-ready and StateRAMP-authorized are two statuses products can obtain at distinct stages in the StateRAMP verification process. Service providers with a StateRAMP-authorized status have completed all security and system validation and the government agency has accepted the provider’s completed security package.
StateRAMP vs. FedRAMP: What is the difference?
StateRAMP is modeled in part after the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), the U.S. federal government’s security assessment program. BlackBerry also offers FedRAMP-authorized services.
Is BlackBerry on the StateRAMP Authorized vendor list?
BlackBerry is a StateRAMP-authorized or StateRAMP-ready service provider for BlackBerry Government Mobility Suite, CylancePROTECT, and BlackBerry AtHoc solutions.Learn More