Extensive controls to safeguard cloud-based innovation
Public sector agencies are using cloud-based applications to integrate innovative technologies such as AI, hyper automation, and IoT connectivity into digital solutions to address tomorrow’s needs for civic resource management, environmental sustainability, economic development, and community health. In an era when headlines regularly report the latest cyberattack or data breach, public sector CIOs and IT managers can only be confident unlocking these benefits when they know that highly sensitive data is protected system-wide at an acceptable level of risk.
“As a cloud-native company, Mendix understands the paramount importance of security and end-user trust,” said Frank Baalbergen, Mendix’s chief information security officer. “Security and compliance is embedded across the entire platform architecture and infrastructure.” Prior to receiving FedRAMP ‘In Process” designation, Mendix had already obtained the highest level of independent security certifications of any low-code software development vendor.
Mendix is a member of the global Charter of Trust, a nonprofit educational and advocacy forum initiated by Siemens at 2018’s Munich Security Conference to advance the highest standards of cybersecurity and digitalization. Mendix also works closely with CrowdStrike, a third-party endpoint security software as a service, and Lacework, a data-driven security platform for the cloud, and HackerOne, an ethical “white hat” vulnerability coordination program that searches technology stacks for cyber risks before they are exposed for public use.
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