FedRAMP High Authorization
VMware Carbon Black Cloud achieved FedRAMP High designation from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
Empowering the Public Sector
Learn about effective strategies the public sector can leverage to meet ever-changing cybersecurity demands.
Advanced Endpoint and Workload Protection
Federal Compliant Cloud-Smart Adoption
Lay the groundwork for cloud-smart adoption. Ensure your federal data is consistently protected at the highest compliance and authorization for cloud service providers with Carbon Black Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US).
Enhanced Ransomware Protection
Stay up-to-date and protect your data against ransomware with rapid cloud releases. Proactively identify risk and investigate events to reduce the attack surface by setting specific ransomware policies or utilizing default mode ransomware protection.
Advanced Analytics for a Zero Trust Strategy
Leverage the platform's advanced analytics to securely collect and visualize comprehensive information about endpoint and workload data, and achieve increased visibility for a stronger Zero Trust strategy.
Gain Operational Confidence
Operate from a single source of truth across your environments. Carbon Black enables you to make confident decisions by delivering a cost-effective, risk-based approach that facilitates federal agencies cloud adoption needs.
Investigations and Incident Response
Respond rapidly to cyber incidents with authoritative cross-domain context that minimizes time to resolution and provides operational confidence.
Upgrade to a modern, cloud native solution that offers crucial protection from today’s most widespread and advanced attacks.
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FedRamp High Authorization
VMware Carbon Black Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US) achieves the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) High Authorization
VMware Attends White House Summit
In partnership with the government and private sector stakeholders, VMware shared ways to collaborate and improve the security of open source software projects and discuss the Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) as required in the President’s Executive Order.