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FedRAMP has become quite popular, but did you know you also have the option of StateRAMP? We draw comparisons between these 2 compliance initiatives so that you get a sense of which is best for you.
Trying to get started with FedRAMP? To help you avoid confusion, we break down what kind of firm you need and when so that your cloud service offering gets compliant sooner.
Though CMMC is officially still on the way, there is plenty you can do right now to get ready. We break down 3 ways you can prepare starting now, using resources already available to you.
Before you engage a FedRAMP 3PAO like Schellman to assess you, you'll need the services of a consultant. Read how these advisors can help you & what to ask them to ensure you get the best one for you.
Want to get FedRAMP Ready but aren’t sure how it works? Learn about the 4 phases to the process that will lead you to that formal Ready designation on the FedRAMP Marketplace.
Want to become FedRAMP Ready on the Marketplace but not sure what it takes? Learn about the minimal requirements your CSO will need to meet ahead of the Ready Assessment.
Not sure how the NIST 800 Series can help you? We break down 3 of the more well-known publications from the series to help you understand which one suits you.
Should your organization get FedRAMP Ready? We break down what this assessment is and how it can help you, as well as the benefits and drawbacks to pursuing this route.
As we prepare for the launch of CMMC, we explain how to use more familiar compliance territory to understand and shape your eventual CMMC scope.
Schellman becomes the first compliance services firm authorized by the CMMC AB and the 5th C3PAO Overall October 19, 2021 (Tampa, FL) – Schellman is pleased to announce that we are now...
For CSPs looking to better understand FedRAMP security requirements for containers, Schellman Manager Matt Hungate provides an overview
Schellman's Debbie Zaller provides an overview of the HHS issued HITECH Act amendment
Schellman's Matt Hungate looks at significant changes to NIST SP 800-53, Revision 5
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) has been a hot topic in the federal and defense contracting sector leading up to and since its formal release with v1.0 on January 31, 2020.
Schellman's Grayson Taylor shares an overview of the new mapping of NERC CIP Reliability Standards to NIST Cybersecurity Framework CSF