- Epiphany could cut down on labour intensive compliance documentation work
- BAE Systems repository will store all relevant project information
BAE Systems has developed a new information security and risk management framework (RMF) tool that searches an organisation’s historical data and automatically completes many standard compliance documents helping to increase productivity and reduce manpower.
Epiphany uses electronic workflows, centralised storage, and smart data optimisation features to cut down on hours of labour and documentation and put enterprise data to work to solve agency challenges, BAE Systems said.
By answering common organisational process questions, Epiphany can automate complex and time consuming processes, including the completion of detailed regulatory paperwork, while safeguarding the processing, storing, and transmission of critical national security and weapon system information, BAE Systems said.
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