The RegDOX® Secure Data Room enables enterprises handling corporate information to securely store information and communicate amongst employees and clients. With a plethora of collaboration features, RegDOX has the solution to your commercial needs.
Become Compliant with the DFARS Before the DoD Comes Knocking.
The deadline for DFARS compliance has already passed. Are you compliant? If not, RegDOX is here to help you. Our assessment services will help you locate compliance gaps, and, through our Solution for DFARS, we’ll help you address them. Don’t lose a single DoD contract over noncompliance. Instead, be compliant with the updated DFARS rule 252.204-7012 and NIST SP 800-171 with RegDOX. Sign up for your free trial before time runs out!
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ITAR/EAR Compliance for SMEs and Small Groups
Meet the ITAR-compliant cloud solution that is changing the game for SMEs handling export-regulated documents: RegDOX® On the 5s. Configurable, affordable, and coming with a DDTC reviewed advisory opinion for ITAR compliance – what’s not to love? Get started now, and the first month’s on us.
Bringing ITAR Collaboration into the 21st Century
RegDOX Solutions has redefined the Export Control Material (ECM) Industry with their government approved ITAR Secure Data Room. This SaaS solution allows companies and their partners that handle ITAR defined technical data to obtain the features, functionality, security and efficiency of the leading online, internet-based document storage, management and collaboration while ensuring no inadvertent or unintended export of that data.
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See our Use Cases to Experience the Versatile RegDOX Solution
The RegDOX Solution is hardly a one-size fits all approach to solving security needs: rather, it is a plethora of functionality features that can be applied to a multitude of industries. Visit our Use Cases pages to experience how seamlessly RegDOX can be integrated into your workplace environment today.
The RegDOX® Secure Data Room for ITAR has revolutionized the ECM industry. Offering government compliance for the ITAR (International Traffic in Arms and Regulations) and the EAR (Export Administrative Regulations). ECM data can now be safely taken and shared in the Cloud.
“Thank you all for the effort and energy the RegDOX team put into preparing for and delivering to my client’s ITAR/EAR compliance requirements. The knowledge and passion were clearly well-received and recognized by my client’s global compliance and legal teams. The RegDOX ITAR compliant solution removed a critical roadblock in less than eight weeks’ time and saved my client an enormous amount of money by utilizing this cloud based solution rather than an on-premise solution. Excellent job and ‘Thank You!’ to all of you.”
Curt Stacey, Senior Director – North America Solutions
“When selecting the best technology to secure our sensitive data during the NASA Cube Quest Challenge, we wanted a proven player who could achieve end-to-end ITAR compliance and keep up our collaboration pace, so the clear choice was RegDOX. We’re looking forward to continuing on in the competition, with peace-of-mind in knowing that our technical data adheres to ITAR regulations and is fully secured.”
Frank Fomby, Project Driver at Team MILES
The DoD Under Secretary for Acquisition and Sustainment has confirmed the Pentagon is increasing cybersecurity requirements for contracts, especially in the supply chain area where DFARS compliance is necessary. Nashua, NH, November 13, 2018 –(PR.com)– This past week, Ellen Lord, the DoD Under Secretary for Acquisition and Sustainment, said the Pentagon is going to […]
Nashua, NH – March 1, 2018 – The latest cybersecurity outrage is an announcement on February 28, 2018 of a Major Data Breach at U.S. Marine Forces Reserve Impacting Thousands of Marines, Sailors and civilians. An unencrypted email with an attachment containing confidential information such as social security numbers, bank and credit card numbers, personal […]
Nashua, NH — December 26, 2017 — Many Department of Defense (DoD) Contractors have been looking at the end of 2017 with dread. Strict, new DoD regulations require that before 2018 they comply with detailed cybersecurity and cyber-incident reporting requirements or lose their DoD contracts. But now, those who thought they could not meet that […]
January 10, 2018 - Nashua, NH - William O'Brien, CEO/President of RegDOX Solutions, has been cordially invited to take part in the APTAC (Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers) Spring Conference as a Keynote Event Speaker. William O'Brien has been asked to present on the topic of the DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition
RegDOX Solutions Inc., the only provider of an ITAR-compliant solution for enterprise-wide storage, management and collaboration on confidential documents and files, is sponsoring the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Update Conference 2016 in conjunction with Ciber, Inc.
Nashua, NH – May 25, 2016 – RegDOX Solutions Inc., the only provider of an ITAR-compliant solution for enterprise-wide storage, management and collaboration on confidential documents and files, is sponsoring the Export Compliance Training Institute’s U.S. Export Controls with Reform Changes 2016 ITAR Seminar.
In the first half of 2018, more than 4.5 billion digital records were compromised in data breaches, according to research from Gemalto’s “2018: Data Privacy and New Regulations Take Center Stage” report. With the value of each lost or stolen record set at roughly $148, the financial and operational impact of data loss has never been so
A top Australian defense firm with major US Navy contracts has admitted its personnel files were breached and that it was the subject of an extortion attempt. Austral -- which among other things makes small, quick ships for warfare close to shore -- said its "data management system" had been infiltrated by an "unknown offender". In
The infamous malware is back, and it's "more violent, more advanced and more sophisticated" than ever. A new version of the infamous Stuxnet worm has been used to attack Iranian government networks, according to reports. The famous malware has apparently re-emerged, with Israeli news programme Hadashot stating that Iran "has admitted in