Manufacturing and aerospace and defense organizations with ITAR technical data related to items on the United States Munitions List (USML) must protect it from access by non-U.S. entities, but gaps in native cloud security capabilities limit your visibility, presenting a dilemma.
The ITAR Encryption “Carve Out” Rule states that:
Virtru helps support ITAR compliance by protecting ITAR technical data from access by non-U.S. entities wherever it’s shared, unlocking the cloud’s efficiency and cost-saving benefits. With end-to-end encryption, enforceable security settings, granular access controls, and customer-hosted key management capabilities, Virtru helps prevent foreign access to technical data in the cloud.
Prevent foreign entities, hackers, cyber-spies, and cloud vendors from accessing data or the keys protecting it with end-to-end encryption and customer-hosted keys.
Keep ITAR technical data protected wherever it’s shared throughout cloud-based supply chain workflows and maintain persistent control and visibility at all times.
Create limitless collaboration workflows with partners that support new service and product innovation to drive growth while you maintain ITAR compliance.
Encrypt Gmail and Outlook messages and Drive files directly within the client, before they reach cloud servers to avoid concerns regarding geolocation and access by non-U.S. personnel. Prevent human error by automatically adding encryption for users who handle ITAR-protected data to protect emails and files (including drafts).
Disable forwarding, set expiration, and revoke access immediately. Watermark files to deter technical data leaks. Apply persistent protection to maintain control wherever files are shared, while giving supply chain partners seamless, secure access through the Secure Reader.
View when and where email messages, attachments, and files containing ITAR technical data have been accessed during their lifecycle. Adapt controls as access requirements evolve throughout supply chain workflows.
Configure DLP rules that scan emails and attachments to detect private data, then automatically enforce encryption and access controls that persistent throughout collaboration workflows to ensure privacy.
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