Developing Your FedRAMP System Security Plan

 

Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Presenters:

Matthew Goodrich, Katie Lewin & Laura Taylor, GSA

On-Demand Webinar

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Description 

This webinar describes FedRAMP specific requirements for the System Security Plan and other related documentation leading up to an assessment. 

What You'll Learn   

  • The purpose of a System Security Plan
  • Best practices for developing a good FedRAMP System Security Plan
  • How to describe your security controls
  • Ways to address common problems
  • About the associated documents that support the System Security Plan  

About the Presenters   

Matt Goodrich is the program manager for FedRAMP at the GSA. In 2011, Matt spent six months in the e-Government office at the OMB. During his tenure at OMB, Matt focused his efforts on government-wide cloud computing policy issues, drafted a white paper providing guidance to agencies on how to procure cloud services, and helped oversee agency IT portfolios.    

Matt began his federal government career at the GSA as a Presidential Management Fellow (PMF). As a PMF, Matt worked on the Federal Cloud Computing Initiative as project manager for Apps.gov, helped in the creation of multiple cloud procurements, and led the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) development.

Matt has a BBA in Computer Information Systems from the University of Miami and a Juris Doctor from the University of Denver. 

Katie Lewin is the Program Manager for Cloud Computing at GSA. The program was established to drive the government-wide adoption of cost effective, green and sustainable federal cloud computing solutions. The Program has four major initiatives: Apps.gov, E- mail in the Cloud, Security as a Service, and Data Center Consolidation. In her role as Program Manager, Katie is responsible for identifying, developing and delivering methods for agencies to use cloud computing capabilities. Previously, she served as the Chief of Staff to the Chief Information Officer (CIO), U.S. General Services Administration.  
 
Previous to her work at GSA, Katie was an information technology consultant at SRA International and Lockheed Martin working with clients at the Internal Revenue Service, other financial management agencies, and the Federal Aviation Administration.
 
She has a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science from Dominican University and an undergraduate degree in American History from Trinity University. 

 

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