As government agencies move more sensitive workloads to the cloud, they also need to achieve security and compliance requirements.
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The move to remote work increases agency exposure to adversarial risk. Agencies need to mitigate cybercrime as more of their employees work remotely.
What agencies need is the ability to observe their systems’ performance from end to end in real time – and when a problem arises, to identify its source.
At GovLoop’s virtual summit on Wednesday, shared responsibility and transparency were highlighted as key aspects to achieve compliance, optimization and security with the cloud.
In an exclusive interview with GovLoop, Matt Goodrich discussed FedRAMP’s progress, where it’s heading and what he wishes he would’ve done differently.
The federal government’s growing dependence on the Internet of Things (IoT) has led to increased security concerns among federal IT professionals. And some of the most lethal hacks have come from nearly undetectable attacks that leverage connected devices to create havoc. Over the past few years, several critical cybersecurity frameworks have been introduced to helpRead… Read more »
GovLoop and AWS partnered to highlight what secure cloud vendors have to offer agencies that want to take a mission-focused approach to cloud adoption.
In an interview with GovLoop, Mike Rohde, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, Federal at ServiceNow, explained how cloud security requirements like FedRAMP give your organization’s data the protections it deserves.
Because governments have so many applications, platforms and servers, the security systems required to keep networks safe are abundant and diverse.
An audit found that the mission, goals, and objectives related to FedRAMP were unclear, which made it difficult to measure the program’s success.