CryptoComply + RapidCert by SafeLogic

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Company (that provides the nominated product / solution / service)SafeLogic
Websitehttps://www.SafeLogic.com
Company size (employees)10 to 49
Headquarters RegionNorth America
Type of solutionHybrid
Approximate number of users worldwidemillions of modules, deployed within our customers' solutions

In 3 bullets, summarize why this company is different from the competition and deserves recognition:

- While other companies have contributed to National Cyber Defense, none have the far-reaching effect of SafeLogic's tandem solution, which has enabled hundreds of products from scores of vendors to make the jump to the Public Sector and reshape the effort on the cutting edge.
- CryptoComply, the FIPS-validated encryption software module, has been deployed as a component to millions of user devices.
- RapidCert, the push-to-start, effortless FIPS validation service, has revolutionized how Defense Contractors go to market. The traditional 12-18 months for validation was non-negotiable - vendors to earn approval, even if the best and most effective solutions were sitting on the bench in the meantime. Now, the lag between innovation and deployment is virtually gone!

Brief Overview

The tandem solution of CryptoComply and RapidCert has significantly increased the number of products available to the Pentagon in pursuit of National Cyber Defense. SafeLogic delivers FIPS-validated encryption with the CryptoComply module and accelerated FIPS 140 validation with the RapidCert service, providing regulatory compliance for vendors seeking to join the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) and deploy their cutting edge solutions immediately. In the past, only the largest stalwarts of the DIB could afford FIPS validation, let alone spend 12-18 months pursuing the certification. Today, SafeLogic enables technology partners of all sizes to move quickly. FIPS validation is achieved in less than 8 weeks, a far cry from the old days, so innovative startups and agile companies in the Private Sector can bring their best and latest products to the National Cyber Defense effort.