The path towards security is less clearly defined. As the leader of your agency’s IT initiatives, what do you need to do to ensure the same level of security for your data as when the information was clearly protected through physical security and air-gapped networks? And what do you need to consider with any of your cloud service providers (CSPs) to keep the mission moving forward? Below are four areas to consider when building your blueprints for a new secure collaborative approach.
Collaborating securely 1. FedRAMP Authorized Cloud Service Providers Whether you’re a federal or state agency or a local municipality, you should care if your cloud solutions are FedRAMP Authorized. This is especially true if you are a Microsoft 365 GCC or GCC-High customer. SEE ALSO: AvePoint’s FedRAMP Authorization Expands to 6 More Solutions Latest Mailing Database When you select a cloud service provider (CSP) that’s FedRAMP Authorized you can confidently leverage their solutions knowing they went through a rigorous process to ensure a secure platform, from the code to their 3rd party add-ins and supply chain to their physical.
Security and personnel. AvePoint received its FedRAMP (moderate) Authorization in April 2021. To learn more about our authorization read our press release. 2. Confidentiality of Information Access and Disclosure While collaboration solutions have made it feel more organic to work within or out of the office, ensuring the right people are has become a challenge. Consider that many agencies are bringing previously disparate divisions together into a central tenant while still requiring different levels of security and capabilities after realizing that running one tenant with multiple needs can be a nightmare.