Jira and Atlassian FedRAMP Compliance
Learn how to build a FedRAMP-compliant Atlassian deployment that meets your organization’s needs with this helpful guide.
WordPress Security: 15 Ways to Keep Your Site Secure
Learn 15 best practices to reduce WordPress security vulnerabilities when configuring and managing your site and server.
On-Demand Webinar: Automated & On-Demand Infra for Secure Environments
Technical teams serving the public sector are asked to interact with more non-technical stakeholders than ever before. Developers facing this increased demand for visibility into the development process must nevertheless maintain security and compliance. Tugboat enables teams to create on-demand infrastructure for every Git branch or tag for end-to-end visibility throughout the entire development process. As a trusted partner of Tugboat, Contegix supports Tugboat on our FedRAMP compliant platform, allowing developers access to secure tooling and environments.
Contegix to Offer Tugboat CI on its BlackMesh Platform
Dulles, Va., Mar. 25, 2021 -- Contegix, the leading provider of managed application solutions today announced that it now offers Tugboat on its FedRAMP-authorized SecureCloud PaaS. The BlackMesh SecureCloud platform meets the strict requirements of federal government agencies requiring compliant site staging and testing environments.
eBook: The Developer’s Guide to Compliance and Security
Millions of pieces of vital, sensitive information are exchanged online every day – and not all of them are as secure as they should be. The amount of sensitive data stored or exchanged online is on the rise, and so is the ease at which hackers can access that info if it is left unsecured. This guide will provide you:
A Guide to Drupal Security: Recommendations, Vulnerabilities, and More
Learn about Drupal security vulnerabilities and advisories, plus security recommendations and best practices for Drupal 7, 8, and 9.
Drupal and HIPAA: Everything You Need to Know
What Is HIPAA? Your medical information is highly personal. To protect its confidentiality, Congress passed the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in 1996, setting national standards for the exchange and security of protected health information (PHI).