Casepoint Achieves FedRAMP Authorization for eDiscovery Solution

Amy Hilbert

Amy Hilbert, Casepoint

Enterprise eDiscovery technology provider Casepoint announced its Casepoint Government platform has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Moderate authorization.

An eDiscovery and litigation support platform, Casepoint Government is specially configured for government clients.

Casepoint achieved this milestone with the sponsorship of the Securities and Exchange Commission, which recently selected Casepoint’s technology to pilot moving its eDiscovery to the cloud. With this new authorization, other public sector clients can access Casepoint’s eDiscovery solution for their litigation, investigation, examination, compliance and Freedom of Information Act needs. 

The authorization will allow Casepoint to support federal agencies that must meet the demands of increased litigation, growing data volumes and the need to comply with strict security requirements, said Amy Hilbert, vice president of Casepoint Public Sector.

“By achieving this authorization, we are able to help the federal government leverage artificial intelligence and advanced analytics-based tools that are built into our eDiscovery technology in order to stay ahead of the evolving legal, regulatory, business, and technology landscape,” Hilbert said.

Casepoint is not only excited to have achieved FedRAMP Authorization but to have completed the process so fast, said Casepoint Chief Information Officer Sundhar Rajan.

“Casepoint has accomplished in a year what it takes many vendors several years to get done,” Rajan said. “That’s a testament to the rigor and culture of security that has been embedded in our company from the beginning. Our goal has always been to provide both public and private sector clients with stringent security standards within a fast, scalable, and flexible cloud computing environment.”

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