Second Front and Microsoft announce collaboration

On May 14, Wilmington, DE-based Second Front Systems (2F), a public-benefit software company focused on enabling the delivery of mission-critical software solutions, announced its collaboration with Microsoft on Game Warden, which will allow U.S. government users to embrace innovative solutions faster and more securely.

This collaboration will seamlessly connect commercial technology and government agencies with accredited commercial SaaS software. It will also complement Microsoft’s existing work on improving information and data protection as the U.S. government’s cloud computing platform of record.

“We are proud to provide Azure customers with a faster accreditation process through Game Warden, ensuring that the security of systems are in alignment with government standards,” said Tyler Sweatt, 2F’s CEO. “Our work together will accelerate national security priorities, providing the US government with new technology as quickly and safely as possible.”

Microsoft’s accredited Azure Government meets government security and compliance standards for cloud services. Combined with 2F’s Game Warden, users can access best-in-class solutions that are in line with US government security standards. Microsoft is the latest organization to join Second Front in its mission to accelerate the adoption of commercial technology to the U.S and allied warfighters through Game Warden.

“Microsoft is deeply committed to serving the national security community and we are excited about working with Second Front to expand on that commitment,” said Wes Anderson, VP of defense, Microsoft. “By collaborating with Second Front, we are able to accelerate the availability of mission-critical SaaS to our government customers. For ISVs built on Azure, this opens the pathway to regulated production environments.”

Source: Second Front

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