Cloud Computing for Federal Government

Automated compliance environment AWS allows for rules-based, automated compliance and allows customers to address a

Automated compliance environment

AWS allows for rules-based, automated compliance and allows customers to address a number of compliance and regulatory requirements including FedRAMP High, DOD SRG IL 2, 4, and 5, CJIS, ITAR, and HIPAA. At the organization level, you can create rules regarding how your AWS infrastructure can be provisioned and configured throughout your agency. When you are creating infrastructure for a particular project, you can create reusable templates that allow you to have a consistent environment for development, testing, production, and validation activities. Once deployed, AWS has tools to continually test, monitor, and log events that occur. You can use these tools to rapidly detect deviations from corporate policy and sound alarms when they occur.

Automated Compliance Environment

AWS Cloud Security

Cloud security at AWS is the highest priority. As an AWS customer, you will benefit from a data center and network architecture built to meet the requirements of the most security-sensitive organizations.

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AWS Compliance

As with everything at Amazon, the success of our security and compliance program is primarily measured by one thing: our customers’ success. Our customers’ requirements drive our portfolio of compliance reports, attestations, and certifications that enable our customers to run a secure and compliant cloud environment.

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Blog: Cloud Security Built for Government Missions

As evidenced by the full range of our Authorizations-To-Operate, third-party attestations, and certifications, the AWS Cloud provides government customers with the only one-stop shop to handle Public, For Official Use Only (FOUO), Sensitive, Secret, and Top Secret workloads.

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AWS GovCloud

AWS GovCloud (US) gives government customers and their partners the flexibility to architect secure cloud solutions that comply with the Department of Defense (DoD) Cloud Computing Security Requirements Guide (SRG) for Impact Levels 2, 4 and 5, FIPS 140-2, the FedRAMP High baseline, and other compliance requirements.

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