It’s a common practice to shorten long and complicated organizational names to more digestible acronyms. However, navigating these acronyms and the programs behind them can sometimes feel like sifting through alphabet soup. That’s why I’m here to help decode one of the most-well known federal programs: the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program—otherwise known as FedRAMP.
With questions surfacing around CMMC and the changing regulatory landscape, Tony Bai, Federal Practice Lead at A-LIGN, offers his expert advice on a variety of federal compliance topics to help you understand what frameworks your organization should care about, how you can prepare and what is on the horizon for federal compliance.
The United States represents an attractive market for many European companies, but international expansion can be fraught with risk because of a completely different regulatory landscape.
“How European Companies Can Accelerate International Expansion with SOC 2 Compliance”
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Many organizations understand encryption is the key to keeping sensitive information secure, but there are several options like modules and algorithms to choose from – many without an established standard. “FIPS 140-2 and FedRAMP: A 3PAO Perspective”
The new normal is anything but normal, but before we join in the chorus of “uncertain times” let’s take a moment to reflect on how standards organizations have responded to COVID-19 to enable remote audits so that organizations can continue to demonstrate trust. “The New Normal:
Fully-Enabled Remote Audits”
The world of compliance is filled with acronyms and abbreviations for some of its more complicated regulation systems and organizations. There is perhaps no better example than the long list of acronyms associated with federal compliance laws. “Federal Compliance Definitions: A Glossary of Terms”
Federal assessments like FedRAMP, FISMA and NIST 800-171 help mitigate the risk of data breaches to important federal government agencies and departments, making them mandatory assessments used for federal security standards. “Protecting the Nation: How to Achieve Federal Compliance”