Feature-rich, low-maintenance, reliable data classification in the cloud or on-premises.
The US government established its controlled unclassified information (CUI) program to standardize how the Executive Branch handles information that requires safeguarding but is not classified. The Program defines what types of data to protect, outlines what "safeguard" means, reinforces legislation and regulations, and promotes authorized information-sharing. Since Dec. 31, 2017, all Department of Defense (DoD) contractors that process, store, share, or destroy CUI must meet the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) minimum security standards for marking and handling CUI or risk losing their DoD contracts.
Data classification visible to the human eye is the first step to meeting CUI compliance requirements for handling sensitive data. After all, you can’t manage what you can’t see. The second step is pairing visual markings with metadata tags. When your team chooses CUI caveats from Janusnet’s easy-to-use dropdown menus, our solutions automatically add the right metadata to each file. That ensures your existing IT tools control transmission and access rights, enable multi-jurisdiction compliance, and let your team confidently manage CUI marking in under a minute.
NARA CUI Category Marking List and CUI marking handbook
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)
More Janusseal CUI videos - document, file and email marking
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