Immuta for Public Sector

Whether it’s using data to create an advantage on the battlefield or improving data access and governance to accelerate data sharing, data management policies are more complex and more challenging than ever before. Immuta is solving these challenges to ensure that proper data access control and compliance protocols are in place, and that all data - even sensitive data - can drive rapid decision-making and effective action.

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Accelerate Secure Data Access

Empower data teams to securely discover, share and collaborate on data across offices, agencies, and departments by enforcing dynamic access controls without the proliferation of data copies or views to comply with all data sharing and data use agreements.

Data Access Control
Manage Data Access Across Cloud Data Platforms to Enable AI

Enable data-driven operations with consistent data tagging, provisioning, and policy enforcement across multiple cloud platforms and services. Simplify data access management, reduce risk, and dramatically accelerate data access for the mission.

Data Modernization
Audit and Prove Compliance

Prove compliance with laws and regulations, including DoD Directives, Intelligence Community Directives (ICDs), data use agreements, privacy laws, PII/PHI regulations, etc. Leverage advanced auditing and granular reporting to get full visibility into who accessed what data, when, and for what purpose.


The democratization of being able to quickly connect [analytic] tools to the data sources regardless of where they sit in the organization is a huge deal.

Josh Wilson VP at Advanced Analytics, LMI

Use Cases

By enforcing data access controls across all cloud and hybrid data platforms at scale, Immuta enables government agencies to fulfill mandates to share data as broadly as possible for smarter decision making, without having to copy data to multiple platforms or perform other manual data rework.

Intelligence Analysis
  • Cross-team data sharing
  • Person of Interest tracking
  • Data fusion
Cross-Agency Data Sharing
  • Public health initiatives (e.g., COVID-19 data tracking)
  • Payment tracking
  • Public research initiatives
Regulatory Compliance
  • US Person, CAPCO, and other data protection regulations
  • Data sharing agreement implementation
  • Auditing

Frequently Asked Questions

What are examples of government compliance regulations?

Government compliance regulations may aim to protect national security or citizens’ right to privacy. Those meant to guard national security primarily apply specifically to government agencies and the contractors with whom they partner. Examples of these types of government compliance regulations include the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), which mandates processes and controls to ensure the protection of government data and assets, and the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), which sets the standards for how Department of Defense (DoD) contractors and sub-contractors manage data security. Examples of government compliance regulations meant to protect citizen privacy include the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA, known as CCPA until January 2023).

What is CMMC compliance?

Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) compliance ensures that government entities, and the Department of Defense (DoD) in particular, have the appropriate systems and processes in place to manage and use sensitive data. Only organizations that have achieved CMMC compliance are eligible to bid on federal contracts and secure business with government agencies, making it a necessity for those aiming to do business in the public sector.

What are best practices for adhering to FISMA standards?

FISMA standards require organizations to put systems and frameworks in place to protect government data and information. Among its standards are the need to develop and maintain a data security strategy, manage a data inventory, perform regular risk assessments and data monitoring, and achieve necessary and relevant certifications. Therefore, the best practices for meeting FISMA standards are to:
-Develop a data security strategy that encompasses all departments and data platforms, whether on-premises, cloud-based, or hybrid
-Integrate a data security platform that automatically detects, tags, and classifies sensitive data for simplified policy enforcement across your entire data ecosystem, and offers built-in data monitoring and auditing to prove compliance
-Involve stakeholders from governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) teams in policy creation, risk assessment, and external validation efforts, so as to ensure your systems are mitigating risk

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