Wednesday, 13 January, 2021
New York City – KUDO Inc., the leading Language-as-a-Service platform for online meetings, has expanded its portfolio of offerings to better meet the needs of US government agencies and supporting organizations. Specifically designed for this purpose, KUDO Gov is within the AWS region and supports KUDO’s pursuit of FedRAMP moderate readiness and subsequent full authorization initiative.
KUDO Gov is a newly released special service that is isolated, secure, and structured to benefit the U.S. government and local agencies. KUDO Gov SaaS is designed to address the specific regulatory needs of the United States federal, state, and local agencies and the supporting ecosystem.
“We’re aiming to serve our variating and growing client base”, says Fardad Zabetian, CEO and co-founder of KUDO. “By doing this, the platform becomes more suitable and secure for our US government clients.”
Isolation wherever possible, whether it be physical or virtual, can benefit security greatly. KUDO Gov is better positioned to address the organizational and compliance requirements of US government agencies including FedRAMP by hosting its software services in AWS GovCloud. Pair this isolation with the standard benefits of utilizing a global CSP and you have enhanced disaster recovery, infinite scalability and performance, and increased uptime.
“With the addition of KUDO Gov, KUDO is actively pursuing a more compliant and secure environment”, says Frank Shirmo, VP of Compliance and Cybersecurity. “This way we can serve government agencies that are only allowed to use services that are hosted in a FedRAMP authorized environment.”
After first implementing and expanding voting rights and weights to their platform, KUDO is now, with the addition of KUDO Gov, creating even more accessibility for U.S. governmental institutions. With this new venture KUDO is making sure its impact on the online multilingual future will be long lasting, furthering their mission of removing both geographic and language barriers.