Is Testinvite compliant with FedRAMP?

FedRAMP stands for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, which is a US government program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. FedRAMP options refer to the different levels of security controls and assessments that a cloud service provider can choose to implement to comply with the FedRAMP requirements. There are three FedRAMP security impact levels (low, moderate, and high), and cloud service providers can choose to implement controls and assessments that correspond to their customers' security requirements.

Google Cloud is FedRAMP compliant. Google Cloud has multiple FedRAMP authorized services, including Google Compute Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine, and Google Cloud Storage. Additionally, Google Cloud Platform has obtained FedRAMP Moderate and High Authorizations for its government customers, ensuring that it meets the strict security requirements for federal agencies.