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Microsoft’s Azure Data Transfer Service Achieves DOD Impact Level 6 Provisional Authorization

Microsoft's Azure Data Transfer Service Achieves DOD Impact Level 6 Provisional Authorization - top government contractors - best government contracting event

A cloud-based Microsoft service has received Department of Defense Impact Level 6 accreditation to move sensitive government information up to the secret level.

The IL6 provisional authorization is for Azure Data Transfer and certifies the cross-domain service for migrating software artifacts and other materials with classified content, Amanda Foster, a principal program manager at Microsoft, wrote in a blog post published Wednesday.

Foster noted the offering would allow mission owners to transmit restricted-use file types from the Azure Government environment to the platform’s Government Secret region.

Azure Data Transfer employs automated drag-and-drop and customer authorization documentation tools to support mission workloads.

The service is designed to comply with cybersecurity standards set forth by the National Cross Domain Strategy & Management Office.

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Written by Jamie Bennet

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