Deploys in hours alongside your existing IT systems, saving months of business disruption and expense.
Only users handling CUI require a low-cost, all inclusive license. An organization’s suppliers and partners can join for free.
PreVeil supports 84/110 CMMC controls. It is FedRamp Moderate Baseline Equivalent, uses FIPS 140-2 validated encryption algorithms & supports DFARS 7012 c-g.
We provide robust compliance documentation, policy templates and a customer responsibility matrix. This simplifies creation of a System Security Plan (SSP), essential for demonstrating compliance. Saves significant time and money.
CMMC compliance is a complex undertaking. PreVeil connects customers to its network of certified CMMC assessors, auditors and IT experts to help organizations efficiently prepare for a successful audit or self-certification.
We connect you to authorized assessors (C3PAOs) that understand PreVeil. During an assessment, it is critical to rapidly respond to assessors’ questions. Our in-house experts support you by answering PreVeil-related questions, resulting in a streamlined, successful audit.
A small defense contractor achieved a maximum NIST 800-171 score, meeting 110 out of 110 controls in a rigorous DoD audit. The contractor used PreVeil to protect, store and share CUI. Under CMMC 2.0, the contractor would meet Level 2 certification requirements.
PreVeil Drive lets users encrypt, store and share their files containing CUI. Users can easily access these files from their computers or mobile devices and share them with suppliers and partners. Works with Windows Explorer, Mac Finder and on browsers.
PreVeil Email is an encrypted email service that addresses CMMC 2.0 and ITAR requirements. It adds an encrypted mailbox to Outlook and Gmail, letting you continue to use these accounts. Users can send and receive emails just like they are used to while continuing to use their existing email address.
PreVeil comes with unlimited storage for your email and files containing CUI. All data is automatically stored on Amazon’s FedRAMP High GovCloud.
PreVeil implements NSA-recommended Zero Trust security and assumes a breach is inevitable.
All data is secured using end-to-end encryption. Information is only ever encrypted and decrypted on a user’s device -never on the server. CUI cannot be accessed via stolen passwords or a compromised administrator’s credentials. It can also be recovered from a Ransomware attack. Organizations can restrict the flow of CUI to their trusted partners and suppliers.