FIPS Enabled Ubuntu Pro on AWS (FedRAMP, GovCloud and more)

Presented by

Massimiliano Gori, Product Manager; Mark Thomas, Solutions Architect, AWS; Chris Huffman, VP of Public Sector

About this talk

Developing and running Linux workloads in regulated and high-security environments require a long and expensive validation process. As a result, U.S. government agencies and companies that are required to meet government standards and/or deploy to meet their RMF, ATO or FedRAMP or GOVCloud demands will typically need to make large investments, ensuring that they run on robust and secure infrastructure platforms. Thanks to Ubuntu Pro and AWS you can have highly secure and FIPS enabled Open Source Linux instances running in no time. Having confidence in your federally regulated CVE’s not only for your Ubuntu Linux O/S, but also your Installed Application packages is something that many have asked for in the Open Source community. The flexibility and instant elasticity offered by the Ubuntu Pro within AWS will give you peace of mind while quickly scaling your cloud infrastructure. In this webinar, we will look at Ubuntu Pro with FIPS and additional security controls we provide at a higher level for agencies or missions to help you meet your security and compliance requirements. The session will also include a demo that shows how easy it is to start securing the Ubuntu Operating System within the AWS cloud. The webinar will cover the following topics: What does it mean to have a FIPS enabled Operating System? Application of FIPS, FedRAMP, DevSecOps, RMF, ATO and/or GovCloud What is Ubuntu Pro with CVE updates in relation to the Repo’s? Security for the O/S and your Application Packages How can you start using Ubuntu Pro on AWS How security controls and processes are used within agency missions Demonstrate how easy some of these controls are implemented
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