Security is our priority so e-discovery can be yours.
Thousands of organizations trust Relativity with their most sensitive e-discovery data. We take every precaution to protect that data in a secure, performant system—as dependable as flipping a switch or turning on the tap. Trust in Relativity so you can focus on what really matters: your work.
An Atmosphere of Trust
We invest time and money into our processes and partnerships to keep your data safe.
When it comes to keeping your most sensitive data secure, we take every precaution. Our information and security practices for RelativityOne meet the stringent requirements of the ISO 27001 compliancy, the global standard for information security.
RelativityOne complies with the specific criteria defined under SOC 2, Type II reporting standards. This accreditation is achieved through examination performed under US audit standards and demonstrates our adherence to standard security, confidentiality, and availability principles.
We’re part of the Cloud Security Alliance, a not-for-profit organization that promotes the use of best practices for providing security assurance within cloud computing.
We're committed to staying ahead of changing privacy requirements, including the General Data Protection Regulation.
Built on Microsoft Azure
We build RelativityOne on Microsoft Azure, giving you the security and support trusted by 90 percent of Fortune 500s.
Azure is compliant with ISO 27001, HIPAA, FedRAMP, SSAE-16 SOC 1 AND SOC 2, ISO 27018, PCI DSS, and a dozen more industry certifications. It’s the most comprehensive compliance coverage from the industry leader in customer advocacy and privacy protection.
Microsoft fends off seven trillion cyber threats a day and analyzes each one as part of their standard response protocol. They use that analysis to decipher patterns and continuously advance Azure, giving you the most trusted, reliable cloud security.
Microsoft invests more than a billion dollars into cloud security. With RelativityOne built on Azure, you get all the security and privacy features that come from that investment—and we get to run our cybersecurity operations from a bulletproof base.
Relativity’s CSO, Amanda Fennell, and Matt Rathbun, CSO of Azure Government, chat about security in the cloud and what the partnership between Relativity and Azure means for RelativityOne customers.
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Relativity Trust: Understanding Security in RelativityOne
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Cyber Risk in e-Discovery: What You Need to Know
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Mission Update 2019: Security in RelativityOne
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