FedRAMP will standardize security requirements for cloud computing contracts

The General Services Administration on Wednesday unveiled a single authentication standard for government cloud computing services.

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, known as FedRAMP, will standardize the basic security requirements that cloud computing providers, such as Google or Microsoft, will have to meet before receiving government contracts.The new guidelines will require contractors to hire third-party assessment organizations that will verify whether they meet the basic security requirements.

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