How to Accelerate the FedRAMP process from 18 to 3 months?

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The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is a cloud-specific cybersecurity program for the federal government. For a cloud solution provider (CSP) to do business in the federal space, their cloud service offering (CSO) must be FedRAMP certified. All cloud-based solutions procured by federal agencies must be compliant with FedRAMP standards and maintain an authority-to-operate (ATO) status while in use.

Open Security Controls Assessment Language (OSCAL) was developed by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and has become an integral part of getting FedRAMP certified. RegScale is the only Government, Risk and Compliance (GRC) platform purpose-built on OSCAL with all OSCAL native functionality. In this one-pager, you’ll discover:

  1. Challenges to achieving FedRAMP authorization.
  2. How CSPs save inordinate time and cost, and eliminate manual processes with OSCAL.
  3. The role of digitizing and automating FedRAMP high submission process from 18 months to 3 and reducing preparation time by 50-60%.
How to Accelerate the FedRAMP process from 18 to 3 months?