NIST Compliant Encryption
Effectively safeguard controlled unclassified information (CUI) in emails and files to protect sensitive data and meet compliance requirements.
Virtru helps government mission partners protect data, secure external communications, and maintain NIST compliance by enabling private data sharing workflows with industry-leading ease of use. Integrating seamlessly with Gmail, Google Drive, Microsoft Outlook, mobile devices, and custom workflows, Virtru fits within your current infrastructure so that within minutes you can protect CUI and ensure NIST compliance.
Virtru provides end-to-end encryption and access controls that protect CUI and other sensitive data, wherever and however it is shared.
Revoke or expire access to data, disable forwarding even after data is opened or shared, and automatically watermark confidential files. Implement DLP rules to automatically apply controls to any workflow containing CUI.
Granular audit trails let you see where CUI is shared and allows you to revoke access at any time. Virtru provides full visibility into who has accessed or forwarded emails while SIEM integrations improve threat remediation workflows.
With an added layer of data-centric encryption, you can improve your security posture while aligning with NIST 800-171 security recommendations for protecting CUI. Use the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to reduce your organization’s security risks and meet compliance standards.
Enable secure sharing across the supply chain with end-to-end encryption and access control that protects CUI, no matter where it is shared. Using the interoperable, open standard TDF, Virtru provides protection and access controls to ensure only intended recipients have access to data.
Virtru has a certified Authorization to Operate (ATO) at the moderate level under FedRAMP.
As part of our FedRAMP compliance program, we adhere to the security controls defined in the NIST 800-53 and 800-171 publications to ensure integrity of federal information systems.
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