CLOUD SECURITY

Data protection is vital to prevent theft, leakage and deletion. Partnering with data security experts allows you and your team to ensure your customers their privacy is your number one priority.

FedRAMP

Credio is in process of becoming an accredited Cybersecurity Inspection Body with A2LA and will soon also be able to act as an authorized Third Party Assessment Organization (3PAOs), to help streamline the adoption of secure cloud services across the Federal Government and companies that support Federal Government by providing a standardized approach to security and risk assessment.

Cloud Security Compliance

Meet compliance requirements by protecting your data, applications, and infrastructures involved in your entire cloud ecosystem. Credio can help your organization take on the seemingly daunting task of cloud migration while remaining secure and compliant.

  • Our team of experts support the full cycle of your hosting and cloud infrastructure including design, deployment, testing, validation, and defense-in-depth protection enabling your cloud security products to be compliant.
  • Use the Credio method¬†for streamlining your FedRAMP readiness with reduced time and complexity in preparing for your accreditation.
  • Accelerate the FedRAMP process by understanding how to implement FedRAMP controls and what you need to complete for the audit.
  • Relieve strain on internal resources with streamlined guidance on documentation requirements and follow-up activities.
  • Credio team will work side by side with you to provide the optimal route to building your FedRAMP package for accreditation.
  • Deploying continuous monitoring of both technical and nontechnical cloud compliance requirements. This should also include corporate governance, cybersecurity and regulatory compliance controls;
  • Maintaining a unified source or framework of governance, risk and compliance information for how cloud services are utilized;
  • Developing executive and operational dashboards to provide visibility into cloud compliance statuses;
  • Implementing real-time alerting mechanisms for control failures with defined playbooks on how to respond to compliance failures from third-party providers; and
  • Ensuring that you can continuously synchronize new cloud services and capabilities with regulatory compliance requirements.