Overview

Since February 2011, the Federal Government has been working to move beyond computing strategies that led to complex, expensive, and often under-utilized systems. One specific initiative has been the consideration and adoption of a “Cloud First” policy whereby agencies will consider hosted computing options before making new IT investments. To enable this migration, given the concerns about secure cloud-based computing options, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) has been established as a government-wide resource to provide “a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.”

Register now to view this virtual focused discussion about how FedRAMP is supporting Federal agencies as they engage cloud computing alternatives, who is authorized as a Cloud Service Provider (CSP) and the role of accredited Third Party Assessors (3PAO) to validate that CSPs meet necessary FedRAMP standards.

Watch is FREE OnDemand virtual presentation to learn:

  • An overview of 2013 plans for Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) activities
  • Case examples to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability for agency cloud environments
  • Early adopter experience managing Federal cloud programs, including real-world challenges and operational benefits
  • Collaborative efforts to identify FedRAMP- certified partners to enable trusted agency migrations to hosted computing environments
  • Effective methods for leveraging cloud computing applications and storage for secure, remote employee access to agency data and mission support systems
  • Managerial strategies and continuous monitoring options for cloud computing oversight and improvement
  • Recommendations on how to match cloud service providers with your specific agency requirements

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