Our cloud computing security practices meet both federal and industry compliance standards. These standards include Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance, Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) compliance, Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Impact Level 2 compliance, and Statement of Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) No. 18 compliance.
Highly Secure Environments
Our team understands regulatory requirements and constraints. We provide innovative and cost-effective solutions, so you can adapt to the ever-changing compliance landscape. Contegix is able to support environments requiring a wide range of compliance frameworks including, but not limited to the following:
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Deterring Hackers - How Atlassian is Staying Secure Amidst the Rise of Ransomware Attacks
As early as next year, researchers expect 90% of global enterprises to rely on cloud-based infrastructure to support operations. But as the amount of sensitive data stored online grows, so do the threats to compromise it. Ransomware attacks, the practice of encrypting data and threatening to withhold or publish it unless the victim pays a fee, have surged in scale and complexity––this past year being a standout.
The Ultimate Guide to FedRAMP: Why You Need a FedRAMP Cloud
Nearly all of our everyday interactions operate online: commerce, healthcare, connecting with others. To increase efficiency in online operations, more and more industries are collecting and storing data on cloud based software, and the public sector is no different. While almost half of government organizations use cloud services, Gartner predicts significant growth to continue — with an estimated 17% increase in spending this year.
Podcast: Adventures in CI/CD
Listen to our recent podcast with the Lando team and our Sr. Director of CMS Product Development, Solomon Gifford, as they talk about the wild world of modern CI/CD providers, SecDevOps, and the quest to put the "dev" back in "DevOps". We recently collaborated with the Lando team on a guide to modern CI/CD providers to help developers take the next step in their CI/CD adventurers. This podcast is a follow-up to that article. A few things to listen for...