Tevora Earns FedRAMP’s 3PAO Certification
We are pleased to announce that Tevora has earned FedRAMP’s Third Party Assessor’s Organization (3PAO) certification to conduct accredited security assessments of Cloud Service Providers. This certification expands Tevora’s services to clients serving the Federal and Defense industries.
Tevora achieved certification status by subjecting its assessment methodology to the rigorous quality management process for cybersecurity inspectors. In an era of increasingly sophisticated cloud solutions and architectures, this certification demonstrates Tevora’s expertise and continued commitment to providing comprehensive consultative services to enterprise and mid-market clients. Firms that have earned 3PAO status approved by the FedRAMP PMO are the only entities qualified to perform validated FedRAMP assessments.
Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is a US government program that provides a standardized and cost-effective approach to security assessments, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. The FedRAMP Marketplace provides a searchable database of Cloud Service Providers that have achieved a FedRAMP designation. Tevora is an accredited auditor that can perform the FedRAMP assessment. The FedRAMP Marketplace is maintained by the FedRAMP Program Management Office (PMO).
Jeremiah Sahlberg, Managing Director for Tevora, stated, “We are excited to expand our portfolio of certifications to include this 3PAO certification to our clients, helping them to achieve FedRAMP compliance.” This FedRAMP certification is the latest addition to Tevora’s arsenal of expertise including PCI, HITRUST, ISO 27001, and SOC.
Learn more about how Tevora can help you achieve FedRAMP Compliance at the FedRAMP Marketplace here.
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Founded in 2003, Tevora is a specialized management consultancy focused on cybersecurity, risk and compliance services. Based in Irvine, CA, our experienced consultants are devoted to supporting the CISO in protecting their organization’s digital assets. We make it our responsibility to ensure the CISO has the tools and guidance they need to build their departments, so they can prevent and respond to daily threats.