Brainloop

Registered since: December 15, 2014

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Brainloop

Founded in 2000, Brainloop provides its customers a secure SaaS or on premise document storage, collaboration, and rights management platform. Whether inside or outside the IT environments, companies spanning a wide range of industries rely on our software’s capability to provide adherence to corporate data handling procedures ranging from standards provided NIST, ITAR, FISMA, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and others. The Brainloop solution provides a complete portfolio of security features, including full encryption, tamper-proof audit trail, two factor authentication and provider shielding, all with a convenient and easy-to-use interface.

Additionally, Brainloop Inc. ITAR compliant document storage and collaboration dataroom is a new hosting platform located within a certified third-party, U.S. based hosting center that itself has achieved certification in a number of federal government security protocols, including those necessary to achieve ITAR compliance.

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Active as of: December 15, 2014
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About Brainloop

Founded in 2000, Brainloop provides its customers a secure SaaS or on premise document storage, collaboration, and rights management platform. Whether inside or outside the IT environments, companies spanning a wide range of industries rely on our software’s capability to provide adherence to corporate data handling procedures ranging from standards provided NIST, ITAR, FISMA, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and others. The Brainloop solution provides a complete portfolio of security features, including full encryption, tamper-proof audit trail, two factor authentication and provider shielding, all with a convenient and easy-to-use interface.

Additionally, Brainloop Inc. ITAR compliant document storage and collaboration dataroom is a new hosting platform located within a certified third-party, U.S. based hosting center that itself has achieved certification in a number of federal government security protocols, including those necessary to achieve ITAR compliance.