Druva: The Importance of FedRAMP

I have spent a lot of time working with government agencies over the last 17 years, and have gained an appreciation for security, but more importantly, for certification and accreditation (or “C&A” in government-speak). C&A was originally spawned from the Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP), which applied risk-management frameworks to information systems. Eventually, DIACAP transitioned to the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF), which further standardized this process. Working in the security space — especially with government agencies — I have learned that when vendors make security claims, they need to have actual evidence in the form of third-party certifications to back up those claims.

Druva: Druva Receives Five Customer Service Awards

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