eSignLive’s webcast on Government Cloud Security features Cloud Security expert Scott Chapman

Scott-Chapman-SecureCloudServicesMore and more federal government agencies are moving into the cloud for their computing needs — away from deploying and managing their own on-premise applications. While cloud-based solutions help build stronger connections between citizens, employees and other government entities – agencies are moving to the cloud with caution. The reason: security.

Join an eSignLive™ Webcast on March 17, 2016 at 11:00am ET to learn more about cloud security in government markets. The webinar will focus on building a connected government in a secure cloud environment. Scott Chapman, Project Hosts’ CEO and co-founder will be will be joining USDA APHIS Chief Information Security Officer Michele Thomas, and eSignLive’s VP of Marketing, Mary Ellen Power and Sr. Sales Engineer Joseph McKairnes.

In this one hour webcast, the panel of experts will discuss the requirements of a secure cloud infrastructure, and how this plays an important role in providing a modern approach to service delivery for government organizations.

You will learn:

  • The 4 levels of security assurance for federal information systems
  • Why FedRAMP compliance is key to providing a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and monitoring for cloud services used by U.S. federal agencies
  • Vendor trends in the Federal space and why they need to be flexible to remove obstacles
  • How offering cloud-based platforms like Project Hosts enable government organizations to deliver immediate value and eliminate wasteful IT spending

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