We want to share the new security approach process and draft questions that suppliers will need to answer prior to submissions for G-Cloud 6 opening.
The transition to the new G-Cloud Security Approach, which asks for self-assertion, and the Digital Marketplace will be soon coming into effect. This means that suppliers on G-Cloud will no longer need to get Pan Government Accreditation (PGA). G-Cloud will …
As you may know, since April 2014, the classification system in Government changed from 'Unclassified', 'Protect', 'Restricted', 'Confidential', 'Secret' and 'Top Secret' to just 'Official' 'Secret' and 'Top Secret'. A new Cloud Security Principles guide was published to support this. The …
In April, the Government Security Classification scheme changed. The updated OFFICIAL, SECRET and TOP SECRET classifications provide an opportunity to make the security assurance process for G-Cloud services simpler. Impact Levels are no longer relevant to describe the security properties …
Here is a new G-Cloud Service Accreditation scope template document (Version 4) for suppliers who want to apply for Pan Government Accreditation. This document has been updated to include: the new Government Security Classifications; maturity of the service; and if the …
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