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Lunarline to Bust Some FedRAMP Moves & Exhibit (Booth #320) at the 2013 Cloud Expo Santa Clara

WASHINGTON, Oct. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lunarline, one of the U.S. government's leading cyber security and privacy providers, announced today that Spence Witten, Lunarline director of federal sales, will speak about successfully navigating FedRAMP during the 2013 Cloud Computing Expo (@cloudexpo) in Santa Clara, Calif.

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With more than 10 years of private and government sales experience, Witten can sell ice to polar bears. But more importantly, he knows a thing or two about FedRAMP – the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program – and what it takes to sell to Uncle Sam.

General Session Presentation

Where: 2013 Cloud Computing Expo – Santa Clara, Calif.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2:10 p.m.

Title: Learn the Moves: A CSP's Guide to FedRAMP

FedRAMP -- the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program -- is a gateway to the lucrative world of federal contracting. However, there are tactical moves a cloud service provider (CSP) needs to make to navigate the FedRAMP accreditation process and gain entrance into the federal contracting world.

Spence Witten, Lunarline director of federal sales, will teach you these moves.

For companies that have made the decision to become a federal CSP, Witten will explain how to plan for FedRAMP and capture a piece of the $500 billion federal contracting market. His discussion will detail the necessary tactical moves CSPs need to make to ensure and streamline compliance, reduce costs, and make navigating FedRAMP a smooth and seamless process. 

Exhibit

Need a shot of courage before your speech? A pick-me-up before your next session? Want to learn more about cyber security and FedRAMP – the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program? Or just want to hangout with some cool cyber security superheroes?

Lunarline will be exhibiting at booth #320 during the 2013 Cloud Computing Expo in Santa Clara, Nov. 4Nov. 7. And the company invites you to enjoy a Fat Tire beer at its booth on Tuesday and Wednesday, starting at 2 p.m.

If you are a member of the press and would like to meet with Lunarline at the Cloud Computing Expo, please contact Michelle Payne at [email protected].

About Lunarline
Lunarline is one of the leading cyber security and privacy providers to the U.S. federal government, as well as numerous private companies. Lunarline's unique approach to cyber security combines proven products, expert services, and certified training for comprehensive, custom solution to its clients' cyber missions. Lunarline is an accredited FedRAMP Third Party Assessment Organization (3PAO).

Lunarline is a leading provider of entertaining press releases and cyber security and privacy services to the intelligence, Department of Defense, civilian and private sector communities. Our approach to cyber security combines proven products, expert services, and certified training to provide comprehensive, custom solution to our clients' cyber missions.

Contact
Spence Witten
Lunarline
[email protected]
571-481-9300

Michelle Payne
Mischa Communications, Inc.
[email protected]
202-596-7804 

SOURCE Lunarline

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