The company said Friday its cloud offerings are designed to help customers address challenges in e-discovery, data privacy and governance while meeting cybersecurity standards set for cloud-based products used in the federal government.
According to Steven Horan, chairman and CEO of Modus, the company’s information technology team, Amazon Web Services engineers and other partners were critical to achieving the FedRAMP authorization.
“We will continually invest in current and future offerings to comply with FedRAMP requirements,” said John Crites, chief information officer at Modus.
Modus offers e-discovery offerings to government agencies, corporations and law firms. Early case assessment, data processing and reporting, e-discovery production and hosting are some of the company’s services