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FileCloud web and desktop drive enable organizations to encrypt, store and share data in compliance with CMMC, DFARS, NIST 800-171 and ITAR regulations. Organizations can easily add FileCloud to their existing IT systems, reducing the overall expenses and time required to achieve compliance.
FileCloud supports integration with Active Directory, LDAP, and SSO. In addition, FileCloud integrates your Network Shares with NTFS permissions to provide you with better access control of the data your users are allowed to view, upload, download, share, sync, or manage.
FileCloud provides granular audit controls, centralized device management, content classification, rule based data leak prevention, brand customization, data governance, user password enforcement, private file sharing, granular folder level permissions, and much more.
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CMMC or Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification is a model which measures the maturity level of cybersecurity. CMMC provides information to the US DoD (Department of Defense) that a DIB (Defense Industrial Base) contractor is able to protect the security of CUI (Controlled Unclassified Information). CMMC 2.0 establishes three levels of progressively increasing cybersecurity requirements. Each level is keyed to independent standards (e.g. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), NIST requirements).
The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD), which oversees the CMMC program, estimates that most DIB contractors will require Level 2 certification. However, many popular file sharing programs do not support CMMC Level 2 requirements for storing and sharing CUI. FileCloud, on the other hand, is a powerful, hyper-secure, inexpensive, and secure solution for storing and sharing CUI and ITAR data adhering to CMMC 2.0-level guidelines.
FileCloud’s ITAR Compliance Center has been designed to make your life easier. It connects ITAR compliance requirements with sophisticated and hyper-secure settings in your FileCloud system, including governance tools.
Administrators can use FileCloud’s best practices and recommendations to support compliance. The compliance dashboard gives you instant oversight over any compliance issues or rules violations. FileCloud’s Compliance Center has many different security protections that can be enabled, and connects admins with SSL and encryption settings, along with customized metadata, DLP, and smart classification.
FileCloud is a robust file sharing solution that can also be easily integrated with your existing IT systems to boost efficiency and security and help meet requirements for CMMC certification. Businesses with critical data benefit by storing data in-house to minimize data security threats and meet compliance requirements.
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To complement your internal employee training, FileCloud provides you with extensive information about applying best security practices while using FileCloud with our resource library and FileCloud University. FileCloud also offers end–user training and Professional Services for new sites.
For an organization to be CMMC certified, they must use an encrypted file sharing solution that meets CMMC requirements to store and share files. Within FileCloud, the end-user is responsible for utilizing suitable FileCloud capabilities as well as managing and maintaining the environment where FileCloud is being hosted to ensure CMMC requirements are being met.
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CMMC and ITAR instructs companies to share regulated technical information, defense-related information or government files, both physically and digitally, only with US persons employed by the government or a government contractor. This means that any files shared must have the appropriate protections, with limited access and safeguards against unauthorized access.
FileCloud’s Compliance Center puts compliance back in your hands with an easy-to-use interface, dashboard, and best practices to support your compliance with major regulations like ITAR, HIPAA, and GDPR.
Sync and backup your file shares to the cloud and access it from anywhere in the world. Use our ITAR compliant cloud services to honor existing file permissions and offer secure file access to your remote employees.
Integrate with existing corporate IT systems (Active Directory, NTFS File permissions and Network Shares) easily. Integrate your Line of business apps using our powerful API. Bring your organization brand front and center using FileCloud’s unparalleled branding options.
Monitor, prevent, and fix data leakage while assuring sensitive files are protected across all your devices (laptops, desktops, smartphones and tablets). In case of a breach, Admins can remotely block or wipe FileCloud data from laptops, smartphones, and tablets.
Get maximum protection from email spoofing and ransomware attacks using FileCloud’s two-factor authentication, password strength requirements, built-in antivirus scanning, malware detection, and ransomware protection. FileCloud Drive provides access to files without storing a local copy of sensitive files on user computers.
FileCloud offers external accounts for clients, external vendors, and partners. External accounts are free and do not count towards your user license limit. Gain compliant, hyper-secure file sharing for your business contacts.
What is the CMMC compliance?
CMMC compliance helps the government, specifically the Department of Defense (DoD), determine whether a defense contractor or subcontractor processing controlled unclassified information (CUI) is using necessary security.
Who needs CMMC compliance?
CMMC is required by any individual/ organisation, working on a contract (or contracts) for the Department of Defense.
Figure: CMMC Model Structure | Source: OUSD(A&S) CMMC Model
What is CMMC 2.0?
CMMC 2.0 streamlines CMMC 1.0 into three levels of progressively increasing cybersecurity requirements. Each level is keyed to independent standards (e.g. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and NIST requirements.
Why is CMMC required?
DoD entrusts contractors with critical data, which puts them at risk of being targeted by cybercrime. Many of these contractors are small businesses with limited resources. To ensure standard level of advanced security, DoD has released CMMC, to facilitate the adoption of best practices for cybersecurity.