Many people in your industry or others impacted by ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) are probably asking themselves, “Do we really need to be ITAR compliant?” or “Do we need ITAR certification?” Explore this article on how to be ITAR compliant and what ITAR certification means for your company.
Do you believe your products or data are subject to ITAR or DDTC compliance, but you’re unsure how to align with these regulations? Before you can start aligning with compliance standards, you need to know how to conduct ITAR business in alignment with DDTC controls. Explore this article on how to keep your file sharing practices DDTC and ITAR compliant, and learn how the right secure file sharing solution helps you avoid the risks of noncompliance.
Are you trying to select a new file sharing solution, but you have a few questions first? Explore these common questions about file sharing solutions and find out their answers.
The United States government has shut down AMRDEC SAFE (Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center - Safe Access File Exchange) due to major security concerns with the service. SAFE enabled government agencies and contractors to securely share large files with approved parties. However, outside organizations identified major security risks with the service, and it is currently unclear if SAFE will be reinstated.
Is your business subject to ITAR or EAR regulations? If you’re unsure, it’s essential that you find out – fast. Otherwise, you could face serious consequences for noncompliance. To find out which regulations your business is subject to, explore what ITAR and EAR cover and how a file sharing solution can make compliance easier.
Have you been tasked with finding a new file sharing alternative for your company? While you’re the expert in your business, you may not have expert knowledge about file sharing alternatives, or how to choose the right option. Don’t worry. There are experts in this field who can answer some of the complex questions that come with adopting a file sharing solution. And, when you know more about your options, you’ll be equipped to make the right decision. For more insight, explore these answers to some common questions about file sharing alternatives.
ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) is a set of government regulations designed to control the export and import of defense-related articles and services. These regulations, which impact a wide range of companies, are in place to ensure that regulated technical data – both physical and digital – is only used by U.S. persons employed by the government or a government contractor. This protected data is outlined in the United States Munitions List (USML), and the goal is to keep these potentially dangerous products out of the hands of civilians, enemies of the government, or possible criminals.