Global managed cloud hosting company, Connectria Hosting, has achieved FISMA Moderate Certification. An independent licensed CPA firm, KirkpatrickPrice performed the FISMA audit – which documented the physical, administrative, and technical safeguards Connectria has implemented, as well as the effectiveness of the Connectria’s Risk Management Strategy and how its controls achieve FISMA compliance.
“FISMA is a stringent framework built on guidelines issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST),” said Joseph Kirkpatrick, Managing Partner with KirkpatrickPrice. “Though NIST standards and guidelines ensure proper levels of information security as it pertains to U.S. federal agencies and assets, it is also designed to be used as guidance by any information technology department, in any industry. We are happy to report that Connectria‘s management has demonstrated a commitment to FISMA compliance and consistent adherence to the implementation of best practices as it applies to information security.”
KirkpatrickPrice is registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. By specializing in Service Organization Control Reports (SSAE, SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3), security audit services and compliance issues, the firm offers efficient expertise with relevant skills and qualifications for engagements governed by the AICPA and other data security best practices. KirkpatrickPrice’s employees are certified with CPA, CISA, CISSP and other certifications critical to the audit process.
“We’re extremely pleased to achieve FISMA Moderate Certification,” said Steve Grzybinski, Connectria Director of Security, Compliance & Technology. “For nearly 20 years, Connectria has been a leader in compliance hosting and we’re committed to adhering to the strictest security standards and regulations including SSAE 16 Type II SOC1 and SOC2, PCI/DSS and HIPAA in addition to FISMA. Given our world-class 24/7 Security Operations Center along with our years of experience, Connectria is unique in our ability to deliver the highest levels of security and compliance services for our customers, regardless of whether they’re running systems in our data centers, their data centers, or in public clouds like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure.”