FedRAMP Compliant Websites Powered by Drupal, Joomla! and WordPress

Government Agencies moving to FedRAMP Compliant Websites

FedRAMP-Websites2We’re very excited that more and more U.S. Government agencies are interested in, and moving to FedRAMP authorized websites. Over the past several quarters, we’ve seen a big uptick in federal agencies looking to upgrade their private and public websites to meet this GSA security standard.

Back in February of 2016 we announced that our Federal Private Cloud supported FedRAMP compliant websites by Joomla, WordPress and Drupal – and we’ve worked hard to maintain our FedRAMP authorization and compliancy.

This means that U.S. federal and state government agencies can now quickly and easily create and manage their websites while having complete assurance that they are fully secured and meet all of the GSA’s FedRAMP SaaS-level compliance controls.

“If you’re an agency who needs to build and maintain
a FedRAMP compliant website using Drupal, Joomla! or WordPress, we have exactly what you need,” said Scott Chapman, CEO and co-founder of Project Hosts. “Unlike FedRAMP Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) website offerings where you still have to put in place and manage all of the scanning, patching, log correlation, intrusion detection, incident response and other security services required for FISMA compliance, our FedRAMP SaaS-level compliant websites allow you to focus on your website content and leave all of those security controls to us.”

Need to know more?  Follow this FedRAMP Websites Link.   Or type:
https://www.projecthosts.com/fedramp-compliant-websites.aspx

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