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Open Security Controls Assessment Language (OSCAL) Webinar

September 29, 2020, 1-2 p.m.

An information-sharing event focused on Open Security Controls Assessment Language (OSCAL) and Agile Authority to Operate (ATO)

Open Security Controls Assessment Language (OSCAL) Webinar

The OSCAL/Agile ATO Project Team has been working to increase the speed of the Authority to Operate (ATO) for Cloud while keeping pace with security requirements in the Government. This project team explores OSCAL (Open Security Controls Assessment Language) as a way to capture FedRAMP artifacts in machine-readable format to increase automation and the creation of a Zero Trust test environment to capture data for security testing and the creation of artifacts. This panel will give an overview of their pilot project, as well as answer live audience Q&A.

 

Michaela Iorga

Michaela Iorga

Senior Security Technical Lead for Cloud Computing, NIST

Juanita Koilpillai

Juanita Koilpillai

CEO, Waverly Labs, ZT Service Provider

Aaron Lippold

Aaron Lippold

Cyber Defense Engineer, MITRE, SAF Automation Assessment Tool

Thanh Tong

Thanh Tong

Solution Architect, 2 Twelve Solutions, IaaS Provider

Greg Elin

Greg Elin

CEO, GovReady, GovReady for OSCAL SSP

Erik Johnson

Erik Johnson

Enterprise Cloud Security Specialist and Architect, Federal Reserve Information Technology, System Assessor

Anil Karmel

Anil Karmel

Co-Founder and CEO at C2 Labs, Inc., Atlasity for OSCAL SAP and SAR

Moderator: Mari Spina

Moderator: Mari Spina

Principle Cyber Security Engineer, MITRE, F-Force Application Owner

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