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| April 11, 2019

Status confirms DIRECTOR solution meets federal government data security standards at the Moderate impact level

Teletrac Navman, a global software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider that leverages location-based technology for GPS tracking solutions, in partnership with its subsidiary, Fleet Management Solutions (FMS), today announced their DIRECTOR® product platform was granted a Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) by the Joint Authorization Board (JAB) as part of the Federal Risk and Authorization Program (FedRAMP).

FedRAMP is a U.S. government-wide risk management program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services among federal agencies. The FedRAMP Authorized designation establishes DIRECTOR as a secure, third-party cloud solution, at the Moderate data impact level, that can be procured for government-wide use.

“Protecting our customers’ sensitive business data has always been of paramount importance to us, and we’ve invested heavily in ensuring our security protocols align with or exceed industry best practices,” explains Daren Lauda, general manager of Teletrac Navman, North America. “We’re extremely proud to be a FedRAMP Authorized fleet and asset management provider, ensuring all of our customers – both federal and private sector – will benefit from our protection against cybersecurity risks and security programs that meet the strictest government standards.” 

Launched in 2016, DIRECTOR is a GPS fleet management platform used by businesses in a variety of industries to track assets and collect valuable business insights for enhanced productivity and safety. The technology currently tracks more than 500,000 vehicles, owned by over 40,000 organizations across six continents.

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