Lifeline Data Centers Receives FedRAMP-Ready Status, allowing the Company to Protect Government Data

Lifeline Data Centers is being awarded a FedRAMP-Ready status by the United States government, which means Lifeline Data Centers will now be able to hold conversations with government agencies and private corporations about hosting sensitive data. FedRAMP is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.

Currently, only six other organizations nationwide have attained the FedRAMP-Ready designation for an IaaS/PaaS to this level of security.

Additionally, Lifeline Data Centers is the only cloud and data center provider to carry a FedRAMP authorization in the Midwest and only data center in the country that includes an EMP-shielded data center.

Lifeline Data Centers is also the only FedRAMP-ready cloud services provider that controls all layers of the services stack, meaning they own the real estate, the data center facilities, and directly employ the professionals who maintain all of it.

“We began this federal authorization effort nearly three years ago,” said Rich Banta, managing member for Lifeline Data Centers. “By aligning all business processes and overhauling all technology infrastructure, we have been able to pass rigorous intrusion penetration testing and the exhaustive audit process required by the FedRAMP Project Management Office.”

 Lifeline Data Centers is now offering corporate clients the same level of security and uptime, and high-end benefits with its RedRack platform.

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