Enable Secure CUI Sharing and Collaboration Workflows
As CMMC begins its phased rollout, defense contractors that handle CUI need to achieve Level 3 Maturity by implementing safeguards from DFARS 252.204-7012 and access controls for CUI within NIST SP 800-171. Yet contracting and supply chain collaboration workflows risk the exposure of CUI to unauthorized users, especially in cloud environments.
Virtru helps streamline your organization’s preparations for CMMC Level 3 Maturity by protecting CUI from unauthorized access everywhere it’s shared. Virtru’s easy end-to-end encryption and granular access controls help you:
- Protect CUI stored and shared via Gmail, Google Drive, and Outlook from access by unauthorized users.
- Share protected email and encrypted files containing CUI internally and with external primes, subcontractors, agencies, and other mission partners.
- Support remote workers and distributed teams throughout defense supply chain collaboration workflows.
- Boost user adoption with easy-to-use protections, seamless recipient access, and a quick installation process that gets users up and running in minutes.
Unlock CMMC and NIST Compliant Defense Supply Chain Workflows with Secure CUI Sharing
Protect CUI from unauthorized access to meet CMMC requirements for access control, audit and accountability, integrity, and protections for media, systems, and communications.
Enable seamless, secure CUI sharing throughout contracting and supply chain collaboration workflows, while maintaining persistent control and visibility.
Innovation & Growth
Unlock new collaboration workflows between primes, subcontractors, and mission partners, powering innovation throughout the defense industrial base to drive growth.
Keep CUI Protected and Under Your Control, Everywhere It’s Shared
Easy End-to-End Encryption for CUI
Virtru’s seamless end-to-end email and file encryption streamlines your preparations for CMMC Level 3 Maturity. Virtru covers several CMMC practices and processes and NIST security requirements that protect CUI within email and files from unauthorized access throughout its lifecycle.
Enable Seamless Supply Chain Collaboration
Provide end users and administrators easy-to-use protection, embedded in existing applications like Gmail, Google Drive, and Outlook. Complement user protections with DLP rules that automatically enforce CUI protections.
Enable seamless access for recipients and supply chain collaborators via the Secure Reader, without requiring new accounts, passwords, enabling innovation and growth.
Maintain Control and Persistent Visibility
Enable secure sharing between primes, subcontractors, and mission partners by implementing CMMC practices for Access Control and Audit and Accountability. Revoke access immediately, set expiration, disable forwarding, and watermark documents to maintain control of CUI.
Audit who has accessed CUI, when, where, and for how long. Export event logs for analysis or integrate with your SIEM for advanced threat intelligence.
Automatically Enforce CUI Protections with Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
Configure DLP rules that scan emails and attachments to detect CUI, then automatically enforce encryption and access controls that persist throughout supply chain workflows.
Proven Platform to Fast-track CMMC Preparations
Trusted Data Format (TDF)
Open data protection standard for object-level encryption. Virtru solutions use the TDF to bind encrypted data to policies and metadata, ensuring only authorized users can access CUI.
Software Development Kit (SDK)
Embed CUI protection and controls into the apps and systems that power your digital supply chain workflows to prevent unauthorized access.
Integrate with existing key management processes and Hardware Security Modules (HSMs). Host your own keys so that only your authorized users can access the keys protecting CUI.
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The chief purpose of CMMC is to protect unclassified information throughout the defense supply chain from cyber threats. Borrowing from existing frameworks like NIST SP 800-171, CMMC requires defense contractors…Learn More