FedRAMP 2024 Overview: What’s New
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) began in 2011 to ensure the security of cloud services used by the federal government. FedRAMP is a government-wide program providing a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. FedRAMP uses NIST guidelines in its own framework to enable federal agencies to use cloud services securely and efficiently.
This informative virtual workshop will focus on what is new for 2024 and how agencies are modernizing, migrating, and scaling cloud infrastructures to deliver citizen services that are reliable, secure, user-friendly, and FedRAMP compliant.
Learning Objectives include:
- Get updates on focus areas for new calendar year to include updates on FedRAMP Authorization ACT and its role in the AI Executive Order
- Learn from a Government Case Study that demonstrates the benefits of using FedRAMP-approved solutions
- Listen to an Industry Spotlight from recently approved FedRAMP provider
- Learn how FISMA and FedRAMP controls align
Director, Information Technology & Cybersecurity, Government Accountability Office
- CPE CREDITS: 2.0
In order receive CPE credit, attendees must fulfill all of these requirements:
- Attend the entire program
- Respond to all poll questions
- Complete and submit the post-event survey