Huddle’s leadership in secure content collaboration for U.S. Government agencies continued this week, with the announcement that Huddle has become the first cloud collaboration platform to gain FedRAMP Revision 4 Authority To Operate. The latest revision of the FedRAMP requirements raises the bar once again for government cloud security. Many revisions have been made to the hundreds of existing security controls, and dozens of new controls have been added.

At Huddle, high standards of security management have been at the heart of everything we’ve done since our inception, and, free from the burden of bolting on security as an afterthought, we’ve once again risen to the challenge of providing industry leading levels of security to our government clients.

Back in March 2015, Huddle became the first cloud collaboration platform to receive FedRAMP accreditation (something Box is still looking to achieve*), and with this latest announcement, Huddle's US instance of its government and enterprise cloud collaboration service has been granted an updated FedRAMP Authority to Operate (ATO) by USAID at the latest revision of the NIST SP 800-53 controls.

Today, Huddle’s government customers include USAID, NASA, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the National Institutes for Health, other agencies across the US Federal Government and 80 percent of UK government departments.

* As of Feb 2016

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