If you are considering FedRAMP authorization and you leverage AWS for your IaaS layer, you’ll be interested to hear Druva discuss their journey to FedRAMP authorization and the challenges they faced along the way. This customer story will offer useful tips and lessons learned, helping you avoid common pitfalls in your own FedRAMP journey. Michael Carter from Coalfire will explain how Coalfire helped them meet each challenge with the best solution.

We will end with a 15-minute question and answer session with our panelists.

What Will You Learn in this Webinar?

  • Requirements for FedRAMP authorization.
  • Choosing between JAB and Agency authorization with GovCloud or U.S. East/West
  • Key points about how the accreditation process works.
  • How control inheritance from AWS makes the process easier.
  • The critical security controls that you must implement for FedRAMP

Meet the Speakers:

Michael Carter
Vice President
FedRAMP & Assessment Services

Andrew Nielsen
VP, Chief Information Security Officer

Leverage Coalfire’s Expertise in FedRAMP Authorizations with AWS

As the leading 3PAO in FedRAMP, Coalfire has conducted over 80 assessments of authorized Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) and many others that we advise through the FedRAMP process. Coalfire has performed all AWS East/West and GovCloud FedRAMP assessments that have resulted in AWS Agency accreditations and JAB authorizations.

Coalfire is an AWS Consulting Partner Network member; we work with AWS as their FedRAMP and PCI DSS assessor. We also advise or assess other CSPs that leverage AWS for infrastructure services. A FedRAMP assessment from Coalfire leverages our vast expertise with working on hundreds of assessments and advisory FedRAMP projects.

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