Nuix Discover® for Government has been designated FedRAMP Ready, at the high-security impact level, and is now listed in the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Marketplace for US federal agencies and government contractors.
Nuix has initiated the FedRAMP authorization process, which can take up to 12 months. Upon authorization, federal agencies will be able to use Nuix Discover for Government to process and store their most sensitive unclassified data.
“We’re excited to have achieved this important milestone on the path to becoming FedRAMP Authorized at the High Impact level and providing a secure and robust cloud eDiscovery and investigation solution for federal agencies,” said Michael Smith, EVP, Americas at Nuix. “As part of our mission of finding truth in a digital world to be a force for good, we look forward to helping our federal government customers conduct their most sensitive and significant investigations using our secure cloud software.”
WHAT IS NUIX DISCOVER® FOR GOVERNMENT?
Nuix Discover for Government combines the world’s leading eDiscovery processing, review, analytics, and predictive coding in one software-as-a-service solution that can be hosted in Nuix’s US government-only cloud environment or an agency’s private cloud. It dramatically improves the speed and quality of early case assessment, investigation, document review, and case management in eDiscovery, investigation, and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request processes.
As part of the FedRAMP authorization process, Nuix has incorporated world-class end-to-end encryption into Nuix Discover for Government, meeting Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules.
The FedRAMP High Impact level is required for agencies that handle the government’s most sensitive, unclassified data in cloud computing environments. This includes systems where the loss of confidentiality, integrity, or availability could have a severe or catastrophic adverse effect on organizational operations, organizational assets or individuals.
“This significant investment in cloud security benefits not just our federal government customers but everyone who uses Nuix software as a service,” said Michael Smith.