With the Federal government looking to accelerate the adoption of secure cloud solutions for Federal agencies, Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) and software providers themselves are looking to achieve FedRAMP certification.
Often, the government is the first to request a certain data set, but the last one to interact with it. It’s up to our team at CDS to highlight for them the trends that we’re seeing in the data. When working on behalf of a government agency, other requirements come along with litigation like public disclosures of information such as FOIA requests or investigatory analysis.
The federal government, like many private companies, is focusing on cybersecurity and data privacy to a greater extent than ever before. As a result, companies and law firms should proactively consider using eDiscovery service providers with FedRAMP certification when completing eDiscovery involving federal documents.
The current of movement into the cloud is flowing fast, and organizations from every sector are joining the rush—including the public sector.
With the Federal government looking to accelerate the adoption of secure cloud solutions for Federal agencies, Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) are attempting to achieve FedRAMP certification.