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Lunarline’s Top 5 Blog Posts of 2016

Another gripping Lunarline cyber security press release

We can all agree that 2016 was a big year marked by some big surprises. In several countries, voters ushered in unexpected changes, enacting dramatic sea changes in their nations’ politics. America’s election resulted in an upset victory for Donald Trump. In sports, the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series since 1908, and the Cleveland Cavaliers brought home the ...

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Will FedRAMP Accelerated Save CSPs Money?

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In September, the FedRAMP Program Management Office (PMO) published an article, which addressed the costs associated with going through FedRAMP. The price came out to an average cost of $3,250,000. This cost includes work hours and component costs for engineering the system, developing system documentation, the 3PAO assessment of the system, FedRAMP JAB review and annual continuous monitoring. The article ...

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Are You Ready for the New FedRAMP Readiness Capabilities Assessment?

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With the final release of the FedRAMP Readiness Assessment Report (RAR) template earlier this month, there is a new assessment process that will greatly impact cloud service providers (CSPs). As part of the FedRAMP Accelerated initiative, CSPs working towards a FedRAMP JAB P-ATO must achieve a FedRAMP-Ready status based on the Readiness Capabilities Assessment performed by an accredited Third-Party Assessment ...

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What the New Cyber Incident Policy Directive Means for Your Organization

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What exactly is the difference between a run-of-the-mill cyber incident and a “significant” cyber incident? Your organization may or may not have had to ponder this question in the past, but the federal government certainly has — and it’s an important question to boot. The distinction among severity levels will weigh heavily in the government’s response to cyber threats, and ...

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