All posts by Amendaze Thomas

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

Post Syndicated from Amendaze Thomas original https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/aws-achieves-fedramp-jab-high-moderate-provisional-authorization-16-services-us-east-west-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 beginning of December 2019. We’ve achieved authorizations for 16 additional services, 6 of which have been authorized for both the AWS US East/West and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions.

We’ve achieved FedRAMP authorizations for the following 7 services in our AWS US East/West Regions:

We also received 15 service authorizations in our AWS GovCloud (US) Regions:

In total, we now offer 78 AWS services authorized in the AWS US East/West Regions under FedRAMP Moderate and 70 services authorized in the AWS GovCloud (US) Regions under FedRamp High. You can see our full, updated list of authorizations on the FedRAMP Marketplace. We also list all of our services in scope by compliance program on our Services in Scope by Compliance Program page.

Our FedRAMP assessment was completed with an accredited third-party assessment organization (3PAO) to ensure an independent validation of our technical, management, and operational security controls against the FedRAMP NIST requirements and baselines.

We care deeply about our customers’ needs, and compliance is my team’s priority. We want to continue to onboard services into the compliance programs our customers are using, such as FedRAMP.

To learn what other public sector customers are doing on AWS, see our Government, Education, and Nonprofits Case Studies and Customer Success Stories. Stay tuned for future updates on our Services in Scope by Compliance Program page. If you have feedback about this blog post, let us know in the Comments section below.

author photo

Amendaze Thomas

Amendaze is the manager of the AWS Government Assessments and Authorization Program (GAAP). He has 15 years of experience providing advisory services to clients in the Federal government, and over 13 years’ experience supporting CISO teams with risk management framework (RMF) activities

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

Post Syndicated from Amendaze Thomas original https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/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 have been authorized for both the AWS US East/West and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions.

We’ve achieved FedRAMP authorizations for the following 22 services in our AWS US East/West Regions:

We also received 11 service authorizations in our AWS GovCloud (US) Regions:

In total, we now offer 70 AWS services authorized in the AWS US East/West Regions under FedRAMP Moderate and 54 services authorized in the AWS GovCloud (US) Regions under FedRamp High. You can see our full, updated list of authorizations on the FedRAMP Marketplace. We also list all of our services in scope by compliance program on our Services in Scope page.

Our FedRAMP assessment was completed with a third-party assessment partner to ensure an independent validation of our technical, management, and operational security controls against the FedRAMP baselines.

We care deeply about our customers’ needs, and compliance is my team’s priority. We want to continue to onboard services into the compliance programs our customers are using, such as FedRAMP.

To learn what other public sector customers are doing on AWS, see our Government, Education, and Nonprofits Case Studies and Customer Success Stories. Stay tuned for future updates on our Services in Scope by Compliance Program page. If you have feedback about this blog post, let us know in the Comments section below.

Want more AWS Security how-to content, news, and feature announcements? Follow us on Twitter.

author photo

Amendaze Thomas

Amendaze is the manager of the AWS Government Assessments and Authorization Program (GAAP). He has 15 years of experience providing advisory services to clients in the Federal government, and over 13 years’ experience supporting CISO teams with risk management framework (RMF) activities

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

Post Syndicated from Amendaze Thomas original https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/aws-achieves-fedramp-jab-high-moderate-provisional-authorization-18-services/

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 AWS US East/West Regions:

We also received 14 service authorizations in our AWS GovCloud (US) Regions:

In total, we now offer 48 AWS services authorized in the AWS US East/West Regions under FedRAMP Moderate and 43 services authorized in our AWS GovCloud (US) Regions under FedRamp High. You can see our full, updated list of authorizations on the FedRAMP Marketplace. We also list all of our services in scope by compliance program on our Services in Scope page.

Our FedRAMP assessment was completed with a third-party assessment partner to ensure an independent validation of our technical, management, and operational security controls against the FedRAMP baselines.

We care deeply about our customers’ needs, and compliance is my team’s priority. As we expand in the federal space, we want to continue to onboard services into the compliance programs our customers are using, such as FedRAMP.

To learn what other public sector customers are doing on AWS, see our Government, Education, and Nonprofits Case Studies and Customer Success Stories. Stay tuned for future updates on our Services in Scope by Compliance Program page. If you have feedback about this blog post, let us know in the Comments section below.

Want more AWS Security news? Follow us on Twitter.

author photo

Amendaze Thomas

Amendaze is the manager of AWS Security’s Government Assessments and Authorization Program (GAAP). He has 15 years of experience providing advisory services to clients in the Federal government, and over 13 years’ experience supporting CISO teams with risk management framework (RMF) activities.