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ChargePoint Receive FedRAMP Approval

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revealed today that it has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) approval from the United States

ChargePoint, a prominent supplier of networked solutions for electric vehicle (EV) charging, revealed today that it has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) approval from the United States Federal Government, making it among the initial providers of EV charging solutions to do so. The ChargePoint cloud software products have successfully met all FedRAMP requirements and are set to be featured in the FedRAMP marketplace in the upcoming weeks.

These requirements include best-in-class data security, dedicated cloud hosting for federal customers, and rigorous standards for authorization, access, and continuous monitoring. ChargePoint’s cloud software gives customers real-time visibility into data such as power use, energy costs, station usage, session fees and more.

“ChargePoint has been a trusted partner to many levels of the U.S. government for years, providing EV charging infrastructure and software to help federal agencies lead the transition to electric mobility,” said Teza Mukkavilli, Chief Information Security Officer of ChargePoint. “ChargePoint’s comprehensive cloud solution gives customers real-time visibility into data such as power use, energy costs, station usage, session fees and more. This authorization demonstrates our commitment and proven ability to providing the highest standards of security for our customers, while unlocking potential millions of dollars in U.S. federal government opportunities.”

FedRAMP is the U.S. government’s standardized approach to security assessment and authorization for cloud computing products and services. It was established in 2011 to provide a cost effective, risk-based approach for the adoption and use of cloud services by the federal government. FedRAMP empowers agencies to use modern cloud technologies, with emphasis on security and protection of federal information. ChargePoint has been approved by GSA (General Services Administration) for the FedRAMP Authority to Operate process.

Specifically, ChargePoint has achieved AICPA SOC 2 – SOC for Service Organizations: Trust Services Criteria certification confirming our dedication to safely managing company, customer and driver information.

SOURCE: ChargePoint

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