How FIPS-enabled software can help you get FedRAMP certified
FedRAMP is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud services. FedRAMP uses a common framework making it possible for agencies and service providers to reuse authorizations.
FedRAMP is based on National Institute of Standards and Technology SP 800.53 controls. It requires that the FIPS 140 standard validate the software that is used. The baseline contains over 300 controls ranging from account management to incident response.
Some of these controls are inherent at a system level but what about the application level?
Watch as Solo.io Field Engineer John Miller discusses the need for FIPS-enabled software and how the Gloo Platform provides advanced levels of security enabling teams to deploy and manage applications securely at scale.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What FIPS is and what it is not
- What the different levels of compliance are
- The controls that are covered in FedRAMP
- How the Gloo Platform automates compliance
John Miller, Solo.io Field Engineer, Federal
Gregory Erb, Enterprise Sales, Solo.io