The MedRIC Enclave complies with over 450 Federal Information Security Modernization Act of 2014 (FISMA) safeguards that help secure your sensitive analytic work without requiring you to build FISMA-compliant systems, undergo annual federal security audits, and obtain federal agency certifications on your own.
On this page, we highlight four categories of FISMA safeguards implemented in the MedRIC Enclave–namely, CMS Auditing and Authorization; Physical Security; System Security; and User and Administrator Security.
The MedRIC Enclave satisfies FISMA security audit and certification requirements, including but not limited to:
We physically secure the hardware resources housing your research data and findings in accordance with 21 physical environment mandates set by FISMA. These safeguards include but are not limited to:
We safeguard your dedicated Enclave workspace in accordance with 198 FISMA system security controls. This safeguarding includes but is not limited to:
In addition to physical and system security safeguards, we satisfy 90 FISMA security mandates for identifying, authorizing, and training both MedRIC Enclave users and MedRIC Enclave administrators. These mandates include but are not limited to: