Security solutions for government
Government agencies and public sector organizations need rapidly deployable and dependable security solutions to support their missions. To respond, Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides the Security Solutions for Government under the Global Security and Compliance Partner team responsible for the Authority to Operate (ATO) on AWS Program. This initiative works with Commercial and Public Sector partners, members of the AWS Partner Network (APN), to develop solutions designed to meet the unique security and compliance requirements of public sector workloads.
Security Solutions for Government provides different partner-designed offerings to support secure customer workloads. The threat landscape is ever increasing and deploying a solution to combat this threat is increasing the complexity around security. These partner offerings can build secure resilient solutions to protect your data and your environments. AWS Partners configure and manage these repeatable packages. This model enables global scalability and availability while supporting localized customizations for unique markets.
AWS Partner and security solutions for government
AWS Security Solutions for Government is focused on providing partner-designed offerings to support many different types of customer workloads and solutions
Historically policies have been administrative documents - written policies and procedures, and time has proven that employees don’t always read them or understand their significance when they are just trying to do their job. Today, the shift toward automating security policies means putting up guardrails to give employees the proper paths to get their job done. And automation ensures that they are implemented in real-time and ongoing.
To learn more watch Tim Sandage, Security Partners Senior Manager talk about Automating Policy for Stronger Security Controls in his interview to Scoop News Group on our AWS Public Sector Youtube channel here »
State of Maryland transforms social services using AWS
The Maryland Department of Human Services (DHS) uses AWS to host a web portal social services delivery platform that drives cross-agency collaboration, improves service delivery to state residents, enables data integrity, and reduces costs.
Juniper uses AWS to keep aged care services running in times of need
By rolling out AWS remote work and learning solutions, Juniper supports business continuity and connects residents with family and clinicians. Juniper manages aged-care facilities across Western Australia. The organization uses Amazon Chime to facilitate communication between its communities. They use Amazon Connect for distributing recorded information and Amazon WorkSpaces to enable employees to work from home.
How the State of Minnesota quickly delivers services to citizens using the cloud
Using the AWS Cloud for a web portal, Minnesota IT Services (MNIT) gained the agility and automation it needs to quickly and efficiently deliver innovative services to the state's citizens. MNIT is the information-technology agency for the State of Minnesota's executive branch, serving 70 agencies, boards, and commissions within the state.
How Worldreader’s decision to move to the cloud shortened their time to market and saved valuable dollars
Worldreader, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing books to children in developing countries, teamed up with soccer team FC Barcelona to send one million eBooks to kids in Africa. The organization needed a website that could accept donations and handle spikes in traffic. Working with AWS and Transcend Computing, Worldreader had its site up and running in only three days.