State, Local and Federal Government. By the numbers.


users protected by Cisco Cloudlock


unique OAuth connected cloud apps per agency (on average)


more 3rd party cloud apps used than in other industries

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Cisco Cloudlock for Government

Federal, state, and local government agencies have adopted cloud applications in accordance with government's cloud-first initiative in order to support an increase in collaboration and cost savings. Yet those benefits must be balanced with the need to adhere to the most stringent of compliance and legal regulations.

The General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is that standard and it is what will enable the government to achieve its cloud-first vision securely. FedRAMP makes it easier for agencies to evaluate the security of cloud solutions, and Cisco is committed to delivering solutions that meet these high standards and facilitate agencies’ missions with secure tools to be successful in the digital world. The GSA has officially granted Cisco Cloudlock a FedRAMP Authority to Operate (ATO).

Cisco Cloudlock's cloud security solution helps organizations protect their data in the cloud while enforcing mandated compliance regulations easily and effectively. Government agencies across the globe use Cisco Cloudlock to advance efficiency mandates, manage data threats and increase operational productivity in the cloud.

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RAMP up your cloud security

Cisco Cloudlock CASB, now with FedRAMP authorization.

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Now FedRAMP certified, the leading CASB provider just got even more secure

Cisco Cloudlock helps organizations to secure their cloud identities, data, and applications. It provides visibility and control over global cloud activities, enabling administrators to know who is doing what in their cloud applications, protecting against compromised accounts, insider threats, data breaches, and Shadow IT.

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