Software AG Government Solutions’ self-service Cumulocity IoT platform has been granted a Defense Health Agency Authority to Operate.
“All federal agencies are poised to fully take advantage of IoT in ways that gain faster results for true mission enablement,” said Hank Bailey, president and chairman of the board of Software AG Government Solutions. “This ATO demonstrates that our Cumulocity IoT platform is secure and scalable to meet the unique challenges required for the Department of Defense and other government agencies.”
The ATO is based on compliance with strict security requirements and risk assessments outlined in the Risk Management Framework. It validates how the Cumulocity IoT platform can meet current and emerging needs for IoT data management from any sensor or device across the federal government.
Originally used for Defense Department contact tracing during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cumulocity IoT platform is device and use-case agnostic, connecting to the widest number of devices and gateways. The solution automated the tracking of personnel-to-personnel exposure within defined proximities in controlled Defense Department environments with a highly secure, cloud-to-edge solution.
The platform also supports the capture, analysis and visualization of data to comply with all government cyber, operational security and PII/PHI protection requirements.