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The cybersecurity landscape constantly evolves, but one constant in the federal government is the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP.
Over a decade ago, the General Services Administration introduced FedRAMP to establish a standardized approach for securing cloud computing services, which were just emerging in the early 2010s. In this one-hour program, you’ll gain insights into FedRAMP’s past, present, and future from government and industry leaders. They will assess how well FedRAMP is currently aligning with the vision initially set by its creators at GSA and on Capitol Hill. These leaders will also discuss the progress and potential of FedRAMP in achieving its original goal of enhancing cloud security for the federal government.
Appearing on the Program:
- Rep. Gerry Connolly, US Congressman, Virginia’s 11th District
- Dr. Mark Lucas, Director of Cloud Computing, DHS
- Ololade “TuTu” Owoade, Acting Deputy Director, Audit Division, FEMA
- Gabriel Davis, Risk Operations Team Lead, CISA
- Kevin Mulligan, Senior Manager, Government Affairs and Public Policy, Google Cloud
- Bill Rowan, VP, Public Sector, Splunk
- Ravi Jagannathan, Sr Director of Global Certification, Assurance and Trust, Palo Alto Networks
- Anil Karmel, Co-founder & CEO, RegScale
- Matt Topper, President & Solutions Catalyst, UberEther