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Milica Green

Milica Green

Milica Green joined Telos in June 2017, and serves as a Compliance Subject Matter Expert. She is a skilled cybersecurity and compliance professional experienced in information systems certification and accreditation and information technology security. At Telos, Milica provides expert support, analysis, research, and advice into complex compliance problems in support of the Xacta application. She applies domain knowledge in effort to translate functional needs into technical security solutions.

Milica is a certified Amazon Web Services (AWS) Solutions Architect and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Leadership from the George Mason University.

 

Connolly-Meadows – An acceleration lane for FedRAMP

Milica Green
March 12, 2019

Bi-partisan legislation introduced late in the last Congress, and expected to be reintroduced in the new Congress, by Reps. Gerry Connolly (D-V.A.) and Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) to update and improve the FedRAMP process would substantially boost the government’s efforts to make FedRAMP more effective.

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Get Ready, Get Set… Get FedRAMP Authorized!

Milica Green
February 20, 2019

Telos compliance expert Milica Green recaps the topics and advice she presented in our “Getting to FedRAMP Ready: What You Need to Know” webinar with Rackspace’s Brad Schulteis.

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The FedRAMP Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M): Rigorous Guidance for Tracking and Addressing System Weaknesses

Milica Green
September 20, 2018

In my last blog post, I explained the importance of continuous monitoring in the FedRAMP process to assure that security controls are implemented correctly and operate as intended.  Today I’ll cover the importance of having a living action plan to ensure that any system weaknesses or deficiencies are being addressed.

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What You Need to Know about FedRAMP Continuous Monitoring.

Milica Green
August 9, 2018

FedRAMP requires cloud service providers to periodically validate that their security controls are implemented and operating correctly. Here’s what you need to know.

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The FedRAMP Deadline for TLS 1.1 or Higher is July 1st 2018 – But is the TLS 1.1 Enough?

Milica Green
June 28, 2018

You may want to skip Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.1 and go right to 1.2 or 1.3.

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