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Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) is critical for the security of government information systems. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) provide guidelines for storing and transmitting CUI. SynaMan helps organizations meet these requirements by providing a secure and compliant storage and transmission solution for CUI. This whitepaper highlights how SynaMan meets NIST/CMMC requirements and helps organizations achieve compliance while increasing operational efficiency.
Organizations that store and transmit CUI must comply with NIST/CMMC guidelines to maintain eligibility for government contracts and avoid breaches of sensitive information. SynaMan provides a comprehensive solution to address CUI's storage and transmission requirements. This whitepaper explains how SynaMan's features and benefits support CUI's secure storage and transmission, ensuring compliance with NIST/CMMC guidelines.
SynaMan offers several features that support the secure storage and transmission of CUI, including:
Email is a widely used communication tool in the modern workplace. It is often used to send and receive sensitive documents such as contracts, legal documents, financial reports, and other Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) forms. However, sending secure documents via email comes with inherent risks, and taking measures to mitigate these risks is essential.
Xeams is an email server that provides a secure platform for organizations to send and receive emails, including emails containing Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). When combined with SynaMan, Xeams can help organizations securely share CUI in several ways:
SynaMan helps organizations securely store and transmit CUI while meeting NIST/CMMC requirements. With features such as end-to-end encryption, access control, audit trails, and compliance reports, SynaMan provides a comprehensive solution to address CUI's storage and transmission requirements. Using SynaMan, organizations can ensure compliance with NIST/CMMC guidelines while increasing operational efficiency. Additionally, by combining Xeams and SynaMan, organizations can ensure that CUI is securely shared via email and file transfer,