Protect Sensitive Government Contractor Communications
Across the Supply Chain

Cybersecurity is a top priority for government contractors, and they must take steps to protect the government supply chain from malicious cyberattacks and accidental data leaks. Unfortunately, sensitive government contractor communications—which include email, file sharing, managed file transfer, and web forms—provide cybercriminals an entry point to sensitive government information, potentially leading to disastrous consequences. Such can expose everything from government secrets to personally identifiable information, which can be used for ransom, to theft of intellectual property (IP), to international espionage.

The Kiteworks Private Content Network protects sensitive government contractor communications. Kiteworks is FedRAMP Authorized six consecutive years and offers government contractors the ability to unify sensitive content communications in one platform. Government contractors can leverage a content-defined zero-trust approach with centralized tracking and control of content sent within, into, and out of their organization. Kiteworks’ hardened virtual appliance includes an embedded firewall and WAF, advanced threat protection, AI-enabled anomaly detection, end-to-end encryption, and more that create layers of security, dramatically reducing the threat of vulnerabilities and impact severity. For DoD suppliers, Kiteworks supports nearly 90% of the 110 practice controls in CMMC 2.0 Level 2, enabling them to accelerate their audit and accreditation journey.

Frequently Asked Questions

The challenge for government contractors is they must ensure that files are not intercepted, stolen, or corrupted during transit, while also maintaining strict access controls. A secure government contractor communications platform enables secure file transfer with robust encryption, granular permissions, and detailed audit logging. A secure government contractor communications platform also allows for the integration of existing systems, ensuring that data remains consistent and up to date.

Government contractors need to avoid email overload that can lead to missed messages, errors, and lost productivity. With a secure government contractor communications platform, government contractors can receive and send large attachments without the need for email storage quotas. The platform also enables email users to search, find, and share files easily and securely, regardless of their size or type.

Government contractors must provide secure remote access to CUI and other sensitive data, without exposing it to unauthorized users or devices. A secure government contractor communications platform offers secure access from any device and location with multi-factor authentication and access control policies. It also enables users to securely edit, view, print, and share files without ever downloading them to their local devices.

Government contractors must provide different stakeholders with different levels of access and control over documents, while maintaining overall data governance and compliance. A secure government contractor communications platform enables organizations to create groups with different levels of access to files and folders within a unified system. It also allows for the execution of custom workflows to streamline the distribution of documents.

Government contractors need to eliminate the need for manual reviews and approvals of legal documents, which can be time-consuming and error-prone. a secure government contractor communications platform offers a collaborative solution for the review and approval of contracts, NDAs, and other legal documents. It enables users to annotate, comment, and approve documents in real time, streamlining the process and ensuring compliance.



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