FedRAMP Board Approves CDS’ Federal Cloud Service Offering

Complete Discovery Source has obtained approval from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program‘s Joint Authorization Board to offer a service meant to help agencies manage records in cloud environments.

The board granted authority to operate certification to CDS’ Federal Cloud Services offering after a rigorous security evaluation process, the said Monday.

Nyi Htwe, chief technology officer of CDS, said the company aims to help government clients manage and protect sensitive data through Federal Cloud.

CDS is headquartered in New York and offers litigation technology and hosting, project management, managed review and consulting support for e-discovery programs.

The company joins other cloud services providers that hold FedRAMP certifications, including Amazon Web ServicesIBM, Microsoft and Salesforce.

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