Tag: Authority to Operate
Even the most technically astute organizations can find it challenging to conform to such requirements and do so efficiently. The Authority to Operate (ATO) on AWS partner program supports Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers overcome these hurdles by building a community of vetted, expert partners. While the ATO on AWS program was originally launched in the United States, it has begun supporting customers globally and we are excited to formally launch the program in Canada.
Anatomy of a Supply Chain Ransomware Attack and How to Prevent it with Barracuda’s CloudGen WAF on AWS
Ransomware hardly needs an introduction for those who work in cybersecurity, maintain web properties, or work in corporate IT. In this post by the director of application security solutions at Barracuda Networks, learn about the role application security plays in preventing the spread of ransomware and explore several examples of how you can use Barracuda’s CloudGen WAF to further protect your application running on AWS. Barracuda is an AWS Security Competency Partner.
Announcing the Authority to Operate on AWS Program’s Global Security and Compliance Acceleration Initiative
Recognizing that AWS maintains customers across the world, we have launched the Global Security and Compliance Acceleration (GSCA) initiative under the Authority to Operate (ATO) on AWS Program banner. The purpose of this new initiative is to add a global focus to our existing ATO on AWS support mechanisms, with an emphasis on recruiting qualified international AWS Partners to operate and support customers in differing regions.
Super low-latency connections for the mobile carrier network are becoming increasingly important as we move to an ever-connected mobile world. 5G connectivity is built from the ground up striving for the most effective and lowest latency communication. Learn how to protect your network using AWS Wavelength for effective carrier connectivity and Zscaler Private Access (ZPA) for Zero Trust security.
The Center for Internet Security (CIS) is responsible for the CIS Controls and CIS Benchmarks, which are globally recognized best practices for securing IT systems and data. The implementation of these can help harden systems through various means, whether it be disabling unnecessary ports or eliminating unneeded services. Purchasing a pre-hardened image is a great option, especially since you are ensured compliance with the CIS Benchmark, and deploying it would not require much maintenance on your end.
5 Areas Where AWS Helps Public Sector Partners Grow Their Business and Focus on Mission-Based Solutions
In her role leading the Worldwide Public Sector Partners and Programs team at AWS, Sandy Carter gets a firsthand look at the value and impact AWS Partners have on customers all over the world. Learn how AWS Public Sector Partners are helping customers address the needs and challenges they face today, and how the AWS Public Sector Partner Program helps organizations grow their business and focus on mission-based solutions.
Authority to Operate on AWS Program Helps Public Sector Partners Accelerate Security and Compliance for Customers
Security and compliance are primary considerations for many AWS customers as they begin their cloud journey. Public sector customers, in particular, face obstacles and challenges using commercially available solutions that may not have an Authority to Operate (ATO). To help customers overcome these obstacles, the Authority to Operate on AWS program provides resources to solution providers who need assistance pursuing a compliance authorization.