Webinar: Automating FedRAMP Authorizations via OSCAL
Automating FedRAMP Authorizations via OSCAL
Presented by FedRAMP PMO, NIST, and Telos Corporation
Officials in government and industry have long recognized the complexities and difficulties organizations face in assessing and monitoring modern information systems. To address this, the FedRAMP Program Management Office, in collaboration with NIST, is developing the Open Security Control Assessment Language (OSCAL), which serves as a foundation for advancing system security assessment automation by streamlining and standardizing the processes of documenting, implementing and assessing security controls.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn:
What is OSCAL and what are its benefits?
Challenges addressed by OSCAL
OSCAL concepts and architectures
Progress of the OSCAL project
FedRAMP and OSCAL collaboration
Milestone 2: Machine-readable system security plan (SSP)
Future OSCAL development
Future FedRAMP adoption
Why you should watch this presentation.
The cloud continues to grow in its role as an essential technical and strategic resource for federal agencies. Compliance with FedRAMP guidelines is essential for federal cloud-based solutions. This webinar will provide agency IT and security officials as well as commercial software developers with critical insights into the emerging OSCAL format so they can begin to benefit from its ability to streamline and speed the security compliance process for cloud-based offerings.