TX-RAMP Certification Services: Compliance Without Fail

TX-RAMP Certification Compliance Services

Don’t want to talk yet? No problem. Read our guide to TX-RAMP to learn more what’s required to certify.

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Do you know how your cybersecurity program maps to TX-RAMP’s Security Controls?

Fractional CISO will evaluate your current cybersecurity program for compliance with TX-RAMP’s requirements, develop an improved program to meet those requirements and lead your company through the certification and maintenance processes. 

We make TX-RAMP easy.

1Develop and implement a TX-RAMP-compliant cybersecurity and compliance program.

2Prepare you for your TX-RAMP evaluation by gathering necessary evidence.

3Work with the Texas DIR on your behalf to create a smooth and efficient evaluation process.


The Texas Risk and Authorization Management Program offers a standardized method for assessing, certifying, and monitoring the security of cloud computing services that handle Texas state agencies’ data.

By following the guidelines set by TX-RAMP, you can ensure that you meet the necessary security requirements to protect sensitive information and maintain the trust of your clients.

This program allows for a more efficient and cost-effective way to certify and monitor the security of cloud services, ultimately leading to better protection of data and overall cybersecurity in Texas.

How to Get Started with TX-RAMP Certification

Choose a Certification Program

To start with TX-RAMP certification, the first step is choosing a certification program that aligns with your growing practices and goals.

Keep Detailed Records

Keeping detailed records of your processes and practices is essential for proving compliance with the certification standards.

Apply for Certification

Finally, apply for certification through the designated process outlined by the program to officially become TX-RAMP certified.

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TX-RAMP Certification FAQs

Let’s check some of the frequently asked questions about TX-RAMP Certification.

Any cloud service provider (CSP) looking to work with Texas state agencies must have TX-RAMP certification. This certification guarantees that CSPs meet TX-RAMP’s standards for offering secure and dependable services to state agencies. Attaining this certification shows CSPs’ dedication to following Texas’s data protection and cybersecurity regulations.

TX-RAMP is a certification program for Texas that ensures the cybersecurity of cloud service providers. StateRAMP is a national certification program for government agencies seeking secure cloud solutions. Both programs aim to enhance cybersecurity and data protection, with TX-RAMP specific to Texas and StateRAMP more general in nature.

The certification for TX-Ramp is usually valid for three years from the date they are granted, as long as the cloud service continues to meet the program requirements.

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