Teleport with FedRAMP Compliance
As government agencies undergo digital transformation into cloud computing, they are running into new complexities around security, operational visibility, and production workloads. While elastic computing offers tremendous flexibility, it also brings a new scale to operations that can quickly outpace traditional methods of deployment and governance.
Gravitational Teleport is a modern open-core, privileged access management (PAM) solution that helps organizations secure mission-critical cloud or hybrid infrastructure, get complete visibility into access and behavior, and reduce operational overhead. It is a modern security gateway for remotely accessing clusters of Linux servers via SSH or SSH-over-HTTPS or Kubernetes clusters.
Teleport includes optional FedRAMP and FIPS 140-2 controls to support agencies or SaaS companies that sell into government agencies. 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 (source). The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) publication 140-2 is a US government standard that defines approved cryptographic modules (source).
In this document, we outline a few of the low, medium, and high security controls built into Teleport. For a full list of security controls, schedule a demo with our team.
Download the executive summary.