Qmulos simplifies StateRAMP compliance in a few easy steps. To the right you can find a link to download the free product brief, addressing some of the confusion behind the new standard, as well as how our solution, Q-Compliance, can assist your organization in quickly becoming compliant and helping your organization and your chosen third-party auditor organization in assessing your level of compliance.
In the digital age, businesses require a certain level of cyber-hygiene from commercial organizations they employ. Local, state, and federal government entities need the same assurances to protect their interests and the citizens they represent. Risk is everywhere, which means it is imperative your organization, as well as the third-party organizations you work with, are secure either in the form of security audits or Authorizations to Operate (ATOs). This includes accountants, airlines, healthcare providers, banks, public safety organizations and many others. In the digital age, validation of cybersecurity is critical, and must go beyond compliance as a check-the-box exercise.
StateRAMP represents the vested interests of state and local governments, third party assessment organizations, and service providers with IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS solutions alike. Their goal is to streamline the cybersecurity process by providing a uniform approach for validating cyber-hygiene for cloud applications used by state and local governments. The approach is very similar to how the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) streamlined the process for federal contracts.