Table of Contents

Dedication 1

Dedication 2

About the Author

About the Technical Editor

Foreword by William Corrington

Foreword by Jim Reavis

Chapter 1. Introduction to the Federal Cloud Computing Strategy

Introduction

A Historical View of Federal IT

Cloud Computing: Drivers in Federal IT Transformation

Decision Framework for Cloud Migration

Summary

References

Chapter 2. Cloud Computing Standards

Introduction

Standards Development Primer

Cloud Computing Standardization Drivers

Identifying Standards for Federal Cloud Computing Adoption

Summary

References

Chapter 3. A Case for Open Source

Introduction

Open Source and the Federal Government

OSS Adoption Challenges: Acquisition and Security

OSS and Federal Cloud Computing

Summary

References

Chapter 4. Security and Privacy in Public Cloud Computing

Introduction

Security and Privacy in the Context of the Public Cloud

Federal Privacy Laws and Policies

Safeguarding Privacy Information

Security and Privacy Issues

Summary

References

Chapter 5. Applying the NIST Risk Management Framework

Introduction to FISMA

Risk Management Framework Overview

NIST RMF Process

Summary

References

Chapter 6. Risk Management

Introduction to Risk Management

Federal Information Security Risk Management Practices

Overview of Enterprise-Wide Risk Management

NIST Risk Management Process

Comparing the NIST and ISO/IEC Risk Management Processes

Summary

References

Chapter 7. Comparison of Federal and International Security Certification Standards

Introduction

Overview of Certification and Accreditation

NIST and ISO/IEC Information Security Standards

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Details

No. of pages:
448
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2013
Published:
Imprint:
Syngress
Print ISBN:
9781597497374
Electronic ISBN:
9781597497398

About the author

Matthew Metheny

Matthew Metheny is an Information Security Executive and Professional with twenty years of experience in the areas of finance management, information technology, information security, risk management, compliance programs, security operations and capabilities, secure software development, security assessment and auditing, security architectures, information security policies/processes, incident response and forensics, and application security and penetration testing. Mr. Metheny is the Chief Information Security Officer and Director of Cyber Security Operations at the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency (CSOSA), and is responsible for managing CSOSA’s enterprise-wide information security and risk program and cyber security operations. Prior to joining CSOSA, Mr. Metheny was employed at the US Government Publishing Office (CSOSA), where he led the Agency Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC) Program and served as the Agency subject matter expert for cloud security, responsible for evaluating service provider solutions against federal and industry security standards and integrating Agency and service provider security services. Mr. Metheny was the founder and instructor at CloudSecurityTraining.com, a business unit of One Enterprise Consulting Group, LLC, which was an approved training partner with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). He was also the Co-Chair for the CSA CloudTrust Protocol (CTP) Working Group, a Founding Member and Member of the Board of Director for the CSA-DC Chapter which was CSA’s Federal Cloud Center of Excellence, and a Founding Member of the OpenStack DC user group focused on expanding the knowledge of OpenStack within the Washington, DC metro area. Mr. Metheny received a Bachelor’s degree in Computer and Information Science from the University of Maryland University College and a Master's degree in Information Assurance from University of Maryland University College. He also holds the Certified Information Systems Secur