With RSA, you can Manage Risk and Meet Today’s Cybersecurity Requirements.

Government agencies, contractors and systems integrators are striving to fulfill the national security mandate of White House Executive Order (EO) 14028 on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity. The EO and The U.S. Office of Management and Budget’s Memorandum M-22-09 require the federal government to secure cloud services, develop plans to implement zero-trust architecture, and deploy multi-factor authentication.

Find out how RSA can help to modernize government cybersecurity with EO 14208, and meet zero-trust requirements, defend against phishing attacks, and move to the cloud.

FedRAMP: JAB Authorization.

Long trusted by government for on-premises authentication, RSA is committed to supporting federal agencies and public sector organizations as they move to the cloud and work to meet new zero-trust directives. Part of that commitment is why RSA prioritized FedRAMP authorization of the RSA Cloud Services for government use. RSA received FedRAMP Moderate Authorization designation through the Joint Authorization Board provisional Authorization to Operate (JAB P-ATO) process. A provisional JAB ATO is important to Federal agencies because it allows them to move faster and reduce costs:

  • The Joint Authorization Board (JAB) provisional authorization to operate (ATO) significantly reduces the work that a Federal agency must complete in order to issue their own ATO.
  • Mandates require continuous monitoring of the RSA cloud solution. The JAB performs that activity, which reduces the costs that an agency would incur to maintain their own ATO.


RSA is certified to comply with a number of regulations that are critical to technology selection in the public sector, including the FIPS140-2 standard. In addition, RSA conforms to the requirements of various specifications and standards, such as the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) program for providing information about accessibility features.

Transformation at Your Own Pace.

For agencies and organization moving to the cloud, the RSA cloud and hybrid identity platform, ID Plus, offers three levels of cloud solutions to fit different identity and access management requirements, including FedRAMP. All ID Plus packages can be flexibly deployed in the cloud, on-premises, or hybrid and easily adjusted as your needs change.

With ID Plus, RSA provides a personalized support team available around the clock. RSA offers support delivered for products and services from U.S. citizens on U.S. soil to meet necessary compliance requirements.

Trusted Security for the Public Sector.

For decades, government agencies have relied on RSA and rely on our identity management and multi-factor authentication solutions to help their employees, partners, contractors, and other users access sensitive information and resources without compromising security or convenience. And recently, KuppingerCole Analysts AG recognized RSA for overall leadership, innovation, and market leadership in the KuppingerCole Leadership Compass Identity Fabrics report.

RSA currently secures multiple federal agencies, civilian agencies, the intelligence community, state and local municipalities, and leading names in the world’s most security-sensitive industries

Federal Civilian

RSA has served the federal government for decades to help support IT modernization.

State and Local

RSA works with state and municipal governments to help deliver services to constituents conveniently and securely.

Defense and Intelligence

RSA supports members of the military in their mission to secure the homeland and protect citizens at home and abroad.

Learn more about how RSA can help agencies and public sector organizations meet national, state and local cybersecurity mandates and requirements.