Public Sector / Government Contractors / FISMA

Federal, State and Local Government Agencies can easily manage citizens’ Nonpublic Personal Information (NPI) quickly, accurately, and affordably. Government contractors effortlessly manage employee Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and agency related sensitive data while operating within the continuous monitoring aspect of the FISMA Amendments.
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Public Sector and Contractor Benefits

  • Assess PII, NPI, and other confidential information stored on network, cloud, and local endpoint storage.
  • Identify and help improve broken business processes and employee behavior.
  • Empower end users to classify and clean any data that is insecure to promote FISMA compliance.
  • Develop and implement data leak prevention processes.
  • Audit and enforce procedures that are critical to keep secure data safe.

How Our Solutions Help You

  • Discover and protect NPI, PII and other confidential or top secret data.
  • Scale deployment to cross platform, multi-faceted, computing environment.
  • Manage discovery, classification, and data consolidation centrally with or without agent software.
  • Search files and e-mails anywhere they are stored including websites, databases, file servers, and system areas.
  • Utilize automatic workflow rules that enforce users maintain their sensitive data security.
  • Schedule searches to maintain an efficient and secure data environment and minimize risk of PCI data leak.

The Risk of Doing Nothing

FISMA non-compliance affects both government agencies and contractors. This and other regulations carry high monetary and heavy reputational costs.
FISMA Regulatory Fine: Federal Government agencies could face congressional censure, reduction in funding, audits and hearings; Contractors may be excluded from future federal contract bids.
Sarbanes Oxley Non-compliance Fine: Delisting of publicly trading companies; $1,000,000 in fines for officers; Up to 10 years imprisonment.
Investigation: Hiring investigators to determine size and scope of breach.
Remediation: Infrastructure and software costs to fix the source(s) of data breach.
Additional Labor / Consultants: Human and knowledge labor to fix the source(s) of data breach.
Litigation / Settlement Expenses: Legal fees and settlement costs associated with identity theft.
Breach Notification: Fees from victim notification and reporting procedures.
Reputational Impact: Having the agency or company name in the news as having patient data stolen.

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