AWS GovCloud (US) (often referred to simply as “GovCloud”) is a public cloud region that is operated by Amazon Web Services (AWS). GovCloud was designed to address regulatory and compliance requirements that affect many U.S. government agencies, state and local governments, and other institutions that leverage sensitive data.
CrowdStrike Falcon® on GovCloud FAQ
GovCloud provides the same high degree of scalability, performance and security associated with AWS. In addition, it is operated and managed by U.S. personnel - for more details on GovCloud, please see the AWS GovCloud FAQ.
AWS GovCloud (US) has been validated to meet the requirements of the following regulations:
- Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP)
- Department of Defense (DoD) Cloud Computing Security Requirements Guide (SRG) Impact Levels 2, 4, and 5
- For more for more details on GovCloud, please see the AWS GovCloud FAQ.
CrowdStrike strongly supports the mission of civilian government, the military and intelligence to deliver advanced services in a cost-effective manner, while maintaining the highest level of protection. By implementing the CrowdStrike Falcon® platform within GovCloud, CrowdStrike provides the industry’s most effective cloud-delivered endpoint and identity security solution within a trusted and scalable environment that operates in compliance with the strictest U.S. regulations.
CrowdStrike complies with requirements of the DISA DoD Cloud Computing Security Requirements Guide (SRG) and has received provisional authorization at Impact Level 4 and Impact Level 5.
Falcon on GovCloud is not restricted to the U.S. public sector. It’s for any enterprise that desires world-class endpoint security effectiveness, visibility, and performance, with lowest cost of ownership, and which also must comply with U.S. federal requirements for validated cloud-based IT solutions.
Yes, CrowdStrike Falcon® on GovCloud is FedRAMP authorized at Impact Level Moderate. Please see the CrowdStrike FedRAMP FAQ for additional details.