ITAR Compliance Guide

ITAR compliance guide
Synametrics Technologies, Inc. supports compliance with the United States International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). As part of managing a comprehensive ITAR compliance program, companies that are subject to ITAR export regulations must control unintended exports by restricting access to protected data to U.S. Persons, and by restricting physical location of protected data to the U.S. Products published by Synametrics, particularly SynaMan and Syncrify provide an environment that is physically located on the client's premises, and access by individuals authorized by the end-user, thereby allowing qualified companies to use these products to transmit, process, and store protected articles and data subject to ITAR restrictions. Clients subjected to ITAR compliance should be audited by an independent third-party assessment organization (3PAO) to validate that proper controls are in place to support customer export compliance programs.
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) controls the export from the U.S. of defense-related articles, and the regulations state that no non-US person can have physical or logical access to the articles stored in the ITAR environment. Articles that are covered by the ITAR United States Munitions List (USML) include equipment, components, materials, software, and technical information that can only be shared with U.S. Persons unless under special authorization or exemption. U.S. Persons are individuals who are U.S. Green Card (Permanent Resident Card) holders or U.S. citizens.
Every product published by Synametrics Technologies, Inc., including SynaMan and Syncrify are 100% on-premises solutions. This means nothing is shared by any third-party, including Synametrics Technologies, Inc. Therefore, it is important to run these products in an environment that is ITAR compliant and cannot be accessed by any non-US person.
Synametrics Technologies, Inc. guarantees that no data is shared by any third-party unless explicitly granted by the customer. Customers are responsible for their own on-premises IT infrastructure, applications and systems.


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