Federal cloud computing : the definitive guide for cloud service providers /Edition statement:First edition Published by : Elsevier (Amsterdam) Physical details: 437 p. ISBN:9781597497374 (pbk.); 1597497371 (pbk.).
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Includes bibliographical references and index
"In recent years 'cloud computing' has emerged as a model for providing IT infrastructure, resources and services that has the potential to drive significant value to organizations through increased IT efficiency, agility and innovation. However, Federal agencies who were early adopters of cloud computing have learned that there are many challenges and risks that must be addressed in order to realize these benefits"--
Machine generated contents note: Chapter 1 -- Introduction to the Federal Cloud Computing Strategy Chapter 2 -- Cloud Computing Standards Chapter 3 -- A Case for Open Source Chapter 4 -- Security and Privacy in Public Cloud Computing Chapter 5 -- Applying the NIST Risk Management Framework Chapter 6 -- Risk Management Chapter 7 -- Comparison of FISMA with Other Security Compliance Standards Chapter 8 -- FedRAMP Primer Chapter 9 -- The FedRAMP Cloud Computing Security Requirements Chapter 10 -- Assessment and Authorization (A&A): Governance, Preparation, and Execution Chapter 11 -- Strategies for Continuous Monitoring Chapter 12 -- Cost-Effective Compliance using Security Automation Appendix -- Federal-focused Case Study for Cloud Service Providers using the CSA GRC Stack