Vbrick Receives FedRAMP Authorization from US Federal Government For Enterprise Video Platform Rev

Share Article

Vbrick® Systems, Inc., the leader in enterprise video platform solutions, today announced that it has achieved a FedRAMP Agency Authorization for its flagship product Rev. FedRAMP (Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program) is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.

Vbrick Rev is FedRAMP Authorized

Vbrick® Systems, Inc., the leader in enterprise video platform solutions, today announced that it has achieved a FedRAMP Agency Authorization for its flagship product Rev. FedRAMP (Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program) is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. FedRAMP Authorization certifies that Vbrick has passed the rigorous security and risk management review process required to offer Rev to federal agencies; a mandate by OMB for any cloud service provider that serves the federal government.

“Vbrick has consistently been a leader in enterprise video platform solutions and we are proud to be the first in our category to achieve FedRAMP authorization. This is a major step and the first of many announcements we anticipate as we pursue other certifications and higher levels of authorization," said Shelly Heiden, CEO of Vbrick. "This milestone demonstrates to our Federal customers that the U.S. government has confidence in Vbrick’s ability to secure their video assets in the cloud."

Vbrick Rev is the most scalable and secure Enterprise Video Content Management (EVCM) platform on the market. Rev enables organizations to easily and quickly leverage video to fulfil use cases ranging from organization wide live video town halls to smaller team broadcasts to innovative uses of recorded videos for training and compliance, constituency outreach, marketing and user generated content – all with an ease and at a scale unprecedented in the industry

FedRAMP is designed to save time and costs associated with security assessments of cloud service providers among federal government organizations. Taking a “do once, use many” approach, FedRAMP enables rapid and cost-effective procurement of information systems and services, eliminates duplicate assessment efforts, and ensures consistent application of information security standards across all government organizations. Vbrick is now listed as "FedRAMP Authorized" on the FedRAMP Marketplace, the central repository of approved federal cloud solutions.

"As Federal agencies move to the cloud, many are opting for hybrid cloud environments that can offer the flexibility and scalability they are seeking with greater security," said Terry Medhurst, CIO at Vbrick. "With this FedRAMP authorization our government customers can leverage Rev to engage audiences with live video, to empower with on-demand video and to transform video content management and distribution with confidence that Vbrick can meet their security requirements for cloud solutions.”

About Vbrick
Vbrick enables organizations to leverage the power of video to engage, empower and transform. Our industry leading Rev enterprise video platform is a complete solution for businesses to capture, manage and securely distribute live and on-demand video globally at scale to any device. The world’s most widely recognized brands adopt Vbrick solutions to overcome network complexity and risk to meet critical live video needs from CEO all hands meetings to team broadcasts and to support innovative uses of on-demand recorded videos for sales, marketing, training, compliance, security, and user generated content. Vbrick solutions integrate with and complement unified communications systems and provide the analytics and intelligence to maximize return on video investments. To learn more, visit http://www.vbrick.com.

Media Contact

Matthew Moskitis, Vbrick, Inc.
matthew.moskitis@vbrick.com

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Matthew Moskitis
Visit website