Security and Compliance

FedRAMP
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Choosing a FedRAMP Hosting Provider

When it comes to cloud computing solutions for your company, there are thousands of capable service providers available to help. However, you may find yourself needing a vendor authorized to operate cloud services for all or some federal agencies – in other words, a provider who is in alignment with and meets the strict federal standards of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).

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Keeping Things Secure with Drupal

Drupal security overview and best practices to keep your site safe

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A Strategic Approach to Streamlining Atlassian Tools

Clean up your Atlassian tool use and enjoy improved collaboration

Drupal Checklist
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3 Cybersecurity Measures For Healthcare Providers To Consider

Go beyond HIPAA in protecting healthcare data with these 3 action items

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Ensuring HIPAA and FedRAMP Compliance During a Public Health Crisis

The healthcare community is under immense stress right now as the COVID-19 pandemic consumes public health expertise, medical research capacity, hospital resources and equipment availability. Luckily, there are IT and tech solutions developed with compliance in mind that hospitals and government agencies can implement to help them through the crisis.

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Public Sector

Contegix is an Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner, serving the public sector for a variety of Atlassian needs. We are a FedRAMP authorized hosting provider and we also provide professional services including migrations, upgrades, configurations and more. We are experts in Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and the rest of the Atlassian toolset, and we can help you maximize your investment in these collaborative tools. 

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.

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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).