Government Cloud Computing (govcloud)

Government cloud computing (govcloud) for federal and state agencies.  fedramp compliant secure infrastructure managed 24/7 by the private sector's only cyber counterintelligence team with active security clearance.

Particularly in the public sector, managing limited funding while serving the needs of constituents is paramount. With a shortage of 1.5 million cybersecurity professionals by 2020, US Cyber Vault partners with government agencies of all sectors to protect, detect, and respond to cyberattacks.

US Cyber Vault brings its team of world-class counterintelligence experts with active security clearance and best-in-breed security technology to make sure you stay ahead of attacks and satisfy regulations including:

  • DIACAP
  • FedRAMP
  • FISMA
  • ITAR
  • NIST 800-53

US Cyber Vault provides the total security, scalability and 100% uptime critically essential for a government body to reliably perform its functions and provide its services — all while protecting its own and the public’s most sensitive data. This is even more challenging in a world where government bodies are among the hackers’ most sought-after targets.

Safeguard your constituents and your agency’s data with US Cyber Vault’s unequalled secure infrastructure and the private sectors’ only cyber counterintelligence team protecting your data from cyber attacks. 

Federal Cloud Computing - FISMA and FedRAMP-Ready

US Cyber Vault meets all FISMA controls and FedRAMP requirements, the strictest federal cloud security standards. Unlike other cloud platforms, US Cyber Vault blends the cost benefits and scalability of public cloud computing with the security and customization of a private cloud – all backed by the private sector’s only cyber counterintelligence team with active security clearance.  With the inherent portable nature of US Cyber Vault, our FISMA and FedRAMP-ready secure infrastructure offering can be deployed at both US Cyber Vault data centers as well as within your own internal data centers.

Dedicated Infrastructure in Domestic Datacenters

Our SSAE 16 Type II datacenters are located in the U.S. Each has been assessed and approved against U.S. security standards including NIST 800-53, DIACAP, FISMA and FedRAMP. Our engineers are 100% U.S. citizens (ITAR compliant) with federal security clearances, and are experienced in the full spectrum of U.S. government security policies and practices.

Dedicated Infrastructure in domestic datacenters

Our SSAE 16 Type II datacenters are located in the U.S. Each has been assessed and approved against U.S. security standards including NIST 800-53, DIACAP, FISMA and FedRAMP. Our engineers are all U.S. citizens (ITAR compliant) with federal security clearances, experienced in the full spectrum of U.S. government security policies and practices.

information security levels

While the definition of what “high-impact” means for a private enterprise may differ from that of a government agency, the goal is the same – to ensure that the organization’s most critical information is fully secured.  Critical information with “high-impact” ratings in the government usually means data, if accessed or stolen, may result in life-threatening situations or financial ruin.  

Within enterprises, “high-impact” or “critical data” includes information about:

·        Mid- to long-range strategic plans

·        IP (intellectual property) and research findings

·        Potential for lost sales

·        Financial or regulatory penalties

·        Severe damage to the company’s value or reputation

“Moderate” and “Low” impact data can also be fully secured by FedRAMP and includes information such as: 

·        Personnel or customer data

·        Deemed confidential in nature

·        Could marginally disrupt business operations

·        Competitively sensitive

The chart below highlights the holistic security elements covered by FedRAMP authorization, as compared to NIST and ISO 27001 security standards – all of which our secure managed service protects: