David Greetham, Vice President of eDiscovery Sales and Operations at Ricoh USA, explains why General Counsels and Law Firms must ask critical questions and encrypt data at each step in the eDiscovery process in his recent Law Journal Newsletters featured article.
"The standard ensures that federal data in the cloud is secure. However, the history of data breaches and security flaws has shown that cloud security is not necessarily the source of most breaches."
Written by: David Greetham, Ricoh USA, for Law Journal Newsletters
Cloud service providers to the federal government must meet the rigorous requirements of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. FedRAMP, as it’s known, is designed to help federal agencies follow the government’s “cloud first” policy, and includes detailed and strict encryption and other cybersecurity requirements.
This has become the gold standard in cloud security for the federal government with some of the highest standards of encryption, so it’s tempting to think that you’re covered by meeting FedRAMP requirements when performing eDiscovery involving the government, or handling sensitive government documents. You’re not...read the full article on lawjournalnewsletters.com.