Requirements like FedRAMP have greatly boosted consistency and security of government cloud, and they’ve laid a strong foundation for future migration.
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While many solutions exist for organizations and companies transitioning to cloud architecture, most aren’t suitable for the more sensitive government work.
The levee is about to break when the finishing parts of the reciprocity of the FedRAMP High baseline to the Department of Defense (DoD) Impact Level (IL) 4/5 are completed.
The FedRAMP System Security Plan (SSP) is the crown jewel of all cloud service providers. Automating the SSP may be a goal worthy of this crown jewel.
How does your agency view the nexus of cloud and cybersecurity?
Innovation and security are two words you usually don’t hear in the same sentence — especially in government. But GovLoop heard from several agencies that are reaping the benefits of innovative technologies like cloud, while making security a priority.
To help agencies meet their evolving security needs, FedRAMP is working to launch new requirements for securing low-risk, SaaS apps in a standard way.
The best approach for government is to engage vendors early in the process when considering cloud and to reuse FedRAMP authorizations where possible.
If you wander into the new IT landscape and need orientation, you’re not alone. How do we navigate this new environment so that we can get the programs we need? Let’s connect the dots.
We sat down with experts from HHS and FedRAMP to discuss how the cloud security program has evolved, government’s privacy concerns and security challenges.