Members of our AWS Partner Network, customers, and industry experts were recently featured on a special broadcast of Government Matters, a program centered on information and analysis covering technology, security, defense, management, industry, and the workforce. Here are some key takeaways from cloud leaders who joined the show.
Spring is around the corner, and that means AWS Summits have arrived! Our global Summits bring the cloud computing community together to connect, collaborate, and learn about AWS. Catch these events in major cities around the world, where you can join technologists from government, education, and nonprofits who want to discover how AWS can help them innovate quickly and deliver flexible, reliable solutions at scale.
February was a busy month for the AWS Public Sector blog. In our debut episode of the AWS Public Sector Podcast, catch how AWS Media Services helps troops downrange, FIA saves lives with artificial intelligence – its CEO tells us why, and serverless technology makes spacewalking safer. FIA’s CEO, Jason Bier, joins to talk about his nonprofit’s keys to success, with host Randi Larson.
The United States Air Force Turns to Xacta 360 from Telos Corporation to Automate Risk Management and Continuously Monitor Systems Enterprise-wide
When the United States Air Force was looking to automate IT risk management and security compliance of NIPRNet and SIPRNet environments across the enterprise, their search led them to Xacta 360, the risk management and compliance solution from AWS Partner Network (APN) partner Telos Corporation. Xacta 360 is helping the Air Force accelerate authorizations to operate (ATO) – leading to faster AWS cloud adoption – and to continuously monitor systems and workloads for security compliance.
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800-53 offers a comprehensive set of information security controls. The current version, revision 4, contains nearly one thousand controls spread across 19 different controls families. NIST 800-53 rev 5 is scheduled to be released in 2017 (initial public draft anticipated in late June 2017) with updates […]