FedRAMP drafts ‘Tailored’ approach to authorizing low-risk applications
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) unveiled Thursday the first draft of another tool it will add to its kit — a way to more efficiently authorize low-risk cloud services.
As .gov turns to cloud, agency heads deliberate cyber-defense strategies
Agencies across the U.S. government are increasingly looking to migrate their data into the cloud to cut costs, but doing so has also introduced new cybersecurity challenges.
Cloud.gov becomes first fully open-source solution authorized by FedRAMP
18F's cloud.gov has now been authorized by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, making it the first fully open-sourced solution to complete the process, the General Services Administration said.
Mobile security solution designated FedRAMP Ready
Lookout's mobile security solution has achieved a designation indicating it is likely to be authorized by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, the company announced Thursday.
FedRAMP authorizes three AWS services under high baseline
Three of Amazon Web Services' cloud services received high baseline authorizations to work with federal clients last week.
2016 in review: FedRAMP gets a facelift
The program saw several changes in 2016, from a new way to get authorized faster to the release of the high-impact security baseline.