It’s All About Securing and Protecting the Data!

All federal agencies must meet the minimum-security requirements defined in FIPS 200 using the security controls defined in NIST Special Publication 800-53, guidelines for selecting security controls.

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FISMA; FIPS; NIST; FedRAMP; What do they all mean?

Federal Information Security Management Act FISMA

In 2002, the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) was signed into law. FISMA compels each federal agency to build and implement programs to ensure the security (confidentiality, integrity, and availability) of the agency’s information.

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FISMA relies on the security categorizations and definitions provided by the Federal Information Processing Standards. – FIPS (199, 200).

National Institute Of Standards And Technology NIST

In support of FISMA, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) developed the Risk Management Framework to define all FISMA-related security standards and guidance.

Federal Risk And Authorization Management Program FedRAMP

To ensure security controls were implemented correctly, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) was developed and implemented in 2012 to provide a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.

Are information security requirements too confusing and complex to understand? Let us take your uncertainty and turn it into confidence.

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A Secure Environment Where EVERYONE Can Benefit

FedHIVE Modernizing Your IT Operations

At FedHIVE, we have moved, stored, secured, managed, and audited terabytes of data for our government and commercial clients.  Our FedRAMP High Impact Baseline Cloud Service Offering is a secure environment where EVERYONE can benefit.

FedHIVE could be the vendor of choice to modernize your IT operations whether a federal agency, government contractor, or commercial vendor.  Legacy systems present a level of security vulnerability and lack of innovation, and thus FedHIVE can help by providing a timely and cost-effective solution.

Customizable Options

Customers have access to the maximum, allowable number of security controls, up to the procuring agency’s stated requirements, or use their own, depending on their unique mission and business needs.  FedHIVE can manage all the controls that are required and implement a PaaS, IaaS, SaaS, managed service provider, or hybrid solution and start deployment with a small pilot project or proof of concept and then modernize in phases as needed.

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Two physical data centers with geographically separated locations and power grids, Physical Security Systems to include access control, camera monitoring, fire detection and suppression systems.

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As a HUBZone Small Business, Sole Sourcing can be a smart, fast option if you need to execute speed to acquisition in a timely manner.

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Easy portability of data and applications and not insisting on proprietary tools (i.e. Lift and Shift).

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Transparent costs; no hidden or transactional fees.

If you are a...

Government Customer

A Government Agency looking to secure data & apps in a FedRAMP High Impact Baseline Environment with Continuous Monitoring.

Government Contractor

A Government Contractor looking to partner with FedHIVE for future contract offerings to the Government.

Commercial Customer

A Commercial Customer looking for an environment suitable to hold and safeguard all types of data including PII/CUI/PHI.

FedHIVE has you covered!