Security, Privacy & Compliance for Government
Once upon a time, this was the best possible way to protect government assets. Those days are over.
Security has evolved. A lot. And the way you protect vital records and classified documents should reflect that. Alfresco delivers the right information to the right user at the right time, while meeting records management and open government compliance standards worldwide—including ISO 15489, FOIA, U.S. DoD 5015.02, EgovG, and MoReq. So you’re protected, but not confined. Empower your workforce without compromising your security.
Alfresco’s robust security features—developed in partnership with our defense and intelligence customers—safeguard confidential government information wherever it’s accessed or stored.
- Intelligent security classification automatically secures government files and records and as they’re created, shared and routed through an end-to-end government process
- Offers highly granular control over security and permissions through a combination of user access controls, security clearance levels and security marks
- Protects against privacy violations and data leakage with automatic redaction of sensitive information, encryption and certified authentication
“To support information sharing and collaboration, we must build in security, privacy, and data protection throughout the entire technology life cycle. To promote a common approach to security and privacy, we must streamline assessment and authorization processes, and support the principle of “do once, use many times”.
Digital Government Strategy, Office of the President of the United States
Meeting Government Compliance Standards
Alfresco helps governments worldwide comply with a broad range of obligations related to information management and security.
- North America: DoD 5015.2, NARA/OMB 2016 and 2019, FOIA, FISMA, Canadian Electronic Evidence Act
- Europe: UK Data Protection Act and TNA 2002, MoReq 2010 (EU), EgovG (Germany), Noark (Norway)
- Global: FOI, ISO 15489:2001, ISO 23081-1, ISO 16175-1:2011, ISO 26122:2008, ISO 30300:2011