Microsoft 365 GCC High
For companies in the defense industrial base, Microsoft Office 365 GCC High and Azure Government can play a central role in a compliance strategy for CMMC, DFARS, and export control requirements. With dozens of migrations and deployment projects under our belt, Steel Root helps businesses successfully adopt a compliant cloud.
The services your company needs.
We help government contractors meet DoD security requirements by leveraging the robust productivity and security offerings found in Microsoft 365 Government offerings.
An “enclave” is a highly secure, limited environment for the compliant storage and handling of CUI and other very sensitive data types. We build cloud-first enclaves that are purpose-built for federal security requirements.
CMMC Certification Prep
Are you CMMC ready? Steel Root helps organizations of all sizes prepare for CMMC, with end-to-end compliance and cybersecurity services for the defense industrial base.
Government Contracting (FAR, DFARS)
Win new contracts, protect high-value assets, and manage risk across your supply chain by partnering with cybersecurity company that understands government contracting.
Managed Compliance Services
Compliance is not a one-and-done exercise. Our ongoing advisory and compliance services help ensure consistent, effective management of your cybersecurity requirements.
How We Can Help You Achieve Compliance in the Cloud:
Guidance on feature requirements, license selection, and the procurement process
Configure your GCC-High tenant to support CMMC practices and NIST security requirements
Implement required customer actions in a shared responsibility model for compliance
Migrate email and data to GCC High and drive adoption of Office 365 services
Manage ongoing compliance requirements for safeguarding Controlled Unclassified Information
“Steel Root has proven to be an excellent resource for our government contractor customers. This crew has deep knowledge of the compliance landscape as well as the Microsoft GCC High cloud solution and how they fit together.”