Homeland Security Consultants Accredited FedRAMP Third Party Assessment Organization (3PAO) Services
Homeland Security Consultants is an accredited FedRAMP 3PAO (3rd Party Assessment Organization) that is authorized to perform independent security assessments for Cloud Service Providers. Our mission is to validate and verify that your cloud offering is adequately protected according to FedRAMP security requirements. The HSC distinction is that we have applied understanding of the technologies behind the compliance check-box; we provide judgment you can trust, adding value through effective evaluation in your cloud offering’s defenses.
Homeland Security Consultants Security Assessment team has extensive experience in security control implementation evaluation of mission critical information systems for Commercial, Defense, and Federal clients. HSC provides subject matter experts who have worked for the world’s largest Security Operations Centers, served on fortune 500 cloud security engineering projects, and have provided penetration testing for renowned security research firms identifying current exploitation methods within the cloud environment.
Our FedRAMP 3PAO Security Assessment team incorporates the skills of highly proficient technical experts who have in-the-trenches experiences that have revolutionized the security industry. Homeland Security Consultants Security Assessment team provides a highly refined mixture of skills, which provides our clients with unmatched technical, policy, and operational insight required for a successful compliance audit of your company’s cloud service to achieve FedRAMP Authorization.
To find out more about HSC FedRAMP 3PAO Security Assessment services, please visit the following pages:
|HSC is an accredited FedRAMP 3PAO able to provide comprehensive FedRAMP Security Assessment services for Cloud Service Providers.|
|Relevant Industry Links||HSC FedRAMP 3PAO – In the News|
|Official FedRAMP Site||FedScoop|
|Federal Cloud Computing Strategy||Yahoo! Finance|
|Cloud First Policy Memorandum|