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AWS achieves FedRAMP JAB High and Moderate provisional authorization across nine additional services in AWS US Regions

We are pleased to announce that Amazon Web Services (AWS) has achieved FedRAMP JAB authorization on an additional nine AWS services. These services provide capabilities that enable your organization to: Assemble and deploy serverless architectures in powerful new ways using AWS Serverless Application Repository Simplify application delivery and complete workload migration to the cloud using […]

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Accreditation models for secure cloud adoption

Today, as part of its Secure Cloud Adoption series, AWS released new strategic outlook recommendations to support decision makers in any sector considering or planning for secure cloud adoption. “Accreditation Models for Secure Cloud Adoption” provides best practices with respect to cloud accreditation to help organizations capitalize on the security benefits of commercial cloud computing, […]

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TLS 1.2 to become the minimum for all AWS FIPS endpoints

June 12, 2020: We’ve updated this blog post to include a link to the list of AWS services that require a minimum of TLS 1.2 for FIPS Endpoints.  To improve security for data in transit, AWS will update all of our AWS Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) endpoints to a minimum Transport Layer Security (TLS) […]

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12 additional AWS services and 2 features authorized at DoD Impact Level 4 and 5 for AWS GovCloud (US) Regions

I’m excited to share that the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has authorized 12 additional AWS services and 2 features in AWS GovCloud (US) Regions. With these additional 12 services and 2 features, AWS now offers a total of 52 services authorized to process DoD mission critical data at Impact Levels (IL) 4 and 5 […]

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AWS achieves FedRAMP JAB High and Moderate Provisional Authorization across 16 services in the AWS US East/West and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions

AWS is continually expanding the scope of our compliance programs to help your organization run sensitive and regulated workloads. Today, we’re pleased to announce an additional array of AWS services that are available in the AWS US East/West and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions, marking a 17.7% increase in our number of FedRAMP authorizations since the […]

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AWS achieves FedRAMP JAB High and Moderate Provisional Authorization across 26 services in the AWS US East/West and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions

AWS continues to expand the number of services that customers can use to run sensitive and highly regulated workloads in the federal government space. Today, I’m pleased to announce another expansion of our FedRAMP program, marking a 36.2% increase in our number of FedRAMP authorizations. We’ve achieved authorizations for 26 additional services, 7 of which […]

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AWS achieves FedRAMP JAB High and Moderate Provisional Authorization across 18 services in the AWS US East/West and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions

It’s my pleasure to announce that we’ve expanded the number of AWS services that customers can use to run sensitive and highly regulated workloads in the federal government space. This expansion of our FedRAMP program marks a 28.6% increase in our number of FedRAMP authorizations. Today, we’ve achieved FedRAMP authorizations for 6 services in our […]

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AWS achieves FedRAMP JAB High and Moderate Provisional Authorization across 14 Services in the AWS US East/West and GovCloud Regions

Since I launched our FedRAMP program way back in 2013, it has always excited me to talk about how we’re continually expanding the scope of our compliance programs because that means you’re able to use more of our services for sensitive and regulated workloads. Up to this point, we’ve had 22 services in our US […]

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AWS Secret Region expands to include 11 new services

As a follow up to our initial region availability on November 20, 2017, I’m happy to announce that we have expanded the number of accredited services available in the AWS Secret Region by an additional 11 services. We continue to be the only cloud service provider with accredited regions to address the full range of […]

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AWS Achieves FedRAMP JAB Moderate Provisional Authorization for 20 Services in the AWS US East/West Region

The AWS US East/West Region has received a Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) from the Joint Authorization Board (JAB) at the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Moderate baseline. Though AWS has maintained an AWS US East/West Region Agency-ATO since early 2013, this announcement represents AWS’s carefully deliberated move to the JAB for the centralized maintenance […]

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