Zadara completes IRAP assessment for edge cloud solution
Edge cloud provider Zadara has completed an Infosec Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) assessment to coincide with the launch of a new availability zone in Melbourne.
The IRAP assessment will pave the way for the company to manage Australian government data up to the Protected classification level, and confirms Zadara’s compliance with the program’s rigorous standards.
Zadara offers over 500 edge cloud locations globally, including locations in Sydney and now Melbourne, with more Australian locations planned for launch in 2024.
The company already has a range of existing security certifications from the International Organization for Standardization, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations and other standards bodies.
Zadara Sales Director Paul Bennett said the new classifiaction will give Australian government agencies more choice of services for securely building modern applications in the cloud.
“With our new availability zone in Melbourne, we plan to expand and add edge clouds in several Australian cities this year,” he said. “Zadara is committed to making the Australian cloud market more competitive and takes pride in supporting governments worldwide by providing sovereign, secure private clouds.”
Zadara’s IRAP-assessed cloud solution is designed to facilitate the automation of user access to reduce costs, while allowing users to be easily verified to confirm authorised access.
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