While the benefits of operating in the cloud environment are tangible, the process to achieve and maintain an Authority to Operate (ATO) is long and expensive. Government agencies must establish an incident response and mitigation capability for cloud security incidents, confirm acquisition documentation is up to date and submit an annual assessment for their cloud services to the federal chief information officer.
To comply with Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) requirements, agencies must continuously monitor their systems. This includes reviewing and validating vulnerability reports and remediation plans, sharing expectations for annual assessments and confirming the agency’s risk posture remains consistent. For many agencies, these tasks are inconsistent, costly and time-consuming when performed manually. Continuous monitoring to ensure ongoing compliance with FISMA, NIST SP 800-53 controls and FedRAMP requirements is a necessary component of those deployments, but it can be a difficult hurdle for CSPs (and agencies) to clear.
RunCyberAssurance is now on the GSA Schedule. Read the full press release.
Noblis RunCyberAssurance is a comprehensive, automated solution that provides a fast, accurate view of vulnerabilities and security postures to help agency leaders make informed decisions quickly.
Our RunCyberAssurance solution and its supporting platform-as-a-service have achieved the FedRAMP® Moderate Authority to Operate designation. This designation allows federal agencies to quickly and efficiently leverage the RunCyberAssurance solution to simplify and maintain secure cloud authorization across their enterprise.
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