Generally speaking, compliance means adhering to a rule, such as a policy, standard, specification or law outlined by a third party. Regulatory compliance defines the goals organizations want to achieve to ensure that they understand and take the necessary steps to comply with policies, relevant laws, and regulations.
With regard to the software we produce, we go to great lengths to ensure that our software helps our customers comply with requirements around security, data protection, financial reporting, accessibility, service availability and more. Examples of third party requirements include General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), WCAG and Section 508 Compliant (accessibility standards), FASB/GASB and FedRamp.
By complying with these requirements, FacilityForce software solutions ensure requirements and best practices are followed so that customer data is secure, recoverable and provides reports that meet the needs of regulatory compliance.
FacilityForce is committed to providing software solutions that help you maintain compliance, whether we host your system or not. Following are highlights of that commitment, including elements of software design, technologies, and operational practices:
FedRAMP stands for the “Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.” It standardizes security assessment and authorization for cloud products and services used by U.S. federal agencies.
The goal is to make sure federal data is consistently protected at a high level in the cloud.
Getting FedRAMP authorization is serious business. The level of security required is mandated by law. There are 14 applicable laws and regulations, along with 19 standards and guidance documents. It’s one of the most rigorous software-as-a-service certifications in the world.
Our FedRAMP compliance is a reflection of our commitment to your data security.
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