BRACKETOLOGY | FEDRAMP
PE-15: WATER DAMAGE PROTECTION
FedRAMP Baseline Membership PE-15:
Use the FedRAMP Control Membership information above to determine if a control or control enhancement is required for each Impact Baseline — LOW, MODERATE, or HIGH
Click on the panel below each control or control enhancement to review the FedRAMP Impact Baseline-specific control configuration requirements for each of the [BRACKETS] in each control and/or control enhancement.
Review and use Additional Requirements and Guidance to build FedRAMP-compliant controls for your risk-based cybersecurity program.
To change the baseline view in the panel, click on LOW, MODERATE, or HIGH when the panel is open
Panels only appear where there are [BRACKETS] in the control or enhancement or where there is FedRAMP-specific requirements or guidance available.
The organization protects the information system from damage resulting from water leakage by providing master shutoff or isolation valves that are accessible, working properly, and known to key personnel.
This control applies primarily to facilities containing concentrations of information system resources including, for example, data centers, server rooms, and mainframe computer rooms. Isolation valves can be employed in addition to or in lieu of master shutoff valves to shut off water supplies in specific areas of concern, without affecting entire organizations.
RELATED CONTROLS: PE-15
PE-15 (1) WATER DAMAGE PROTECTION | AUTOMATION SUPPORT
FedRAMP Baseline Membership PE-15 (1):
The organization employs automated mechanisms to detect the presence of water in the vicinity of the information system and alerts [Assignment: organization-defined personnel or roles].
Click Low | Moderate | High below to see FedRAMP control configuration information. It's in BOLD.
There are no FedRAMP-specific requirements if this control is used for a LOW Impact system.
There are no FedRAMP-specific requirements if this control is used for a MODERATE Impact system.
The organization employs automated mechanisms to detect the presence of water in the vicinity of the information system and alerts service provider building maintenance /physical security personnel.
Automated mechanisms can include, for example, water detection sensors, alarms, and notification systems.
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