Coalition partners, including traditional and non-traditional allies, need to share and work together on highly classified information, at different security classifications.
Work with traditional/non traditional allies, all with different security classifications, adding new country partners at any time
Ensure only those who are authorised can view and handle highly classified information
Collaborate real-time on the same document, without having to send multiple versions through email
Ensure compliance with each countries mandated security controls
Share large files easily and quickly, in a highly secure environment
Control at a granular level, which partners want to collaborate together
In an ever changing political environment where coalition forces are working with traditional and non-traditional allies, traditional information sharing platforms are too rigid and slow to meet the current landscape. Information is needed to be shared quickly at different security classification levels, but each coalition partner has different security classifications and clearance levels. As such, each partner needs a way to control access to information, while ensuring only authorised partners and personnel can view their documents and files.
By implementing Kojensi Enterprise the coalition partners can quickly set up shared Communities of Interests (CoI), with the ability to host, and control access to information of varying security levels (TOP SECRET and below). By taking a Data Centric Security approach, the files attributes including security classification, organisation and country releasability determine who is able access, edit and download giving the information owner complete control over their information. This means individual countries can work and create files and then decide when to share that information with other Allies, even within a CoI.
Kojensi’s advanced global security classification equivalency model allows each country to determine the security classification equivalency with their coalition partners, allowing them to share information even with non-traditional allies. Collaboration between different Allies is set up by a two-party invitation and acceptance model that allows each country to establish and set the agreements on the policies and constraints of the collaboration.
When timely and accurate information is needed in the field, information owners can share, co-author and collaborate on large documents, presentations and spreadsheets in real time, making sure the latest information is ready and available to access.
An integrated content and records management system means you always have access to all versions of files, while ensuring compliance with privacy and compliance regulations including the DoD 5015.2-STD v3 records management certification and FDA 21 CFR Part 11.
While multiple organisations can share and collaborate, Kojensi Enterprise gives the power of sharing to your information custodians, not your ICT staff. User can create Community of Interest’s in seconds and invite new partners to join within minutes.
Users are empowered to set the terms and conditions on how and to who information is shared, ensuring only the right people have to access the right information at the right time. These terms include which organisation, nationality and under what security classification can other users access and share information. The information owner can also determine whether the the information is discoverable and downloadable outside of the platform.
Kojensi’s unique global security classification equivalency model allows multi-coalition partners to share and collaborate on information even with different security models. The capability provides security equivalences between the different security models, allowing them to share information even with non-traditional partners.
An accreditable Multi-Level Security Information Sharing and Document Collaboration platform designed for a multi-coalition engagement which ensures only authorised parties access and manage highly-classified material. Coalition partners can work together on classified information of varying levels, all within a secure and extensible platform. A full audit trail and version control and tracking ensures all parties work on the most up-to-date document, with all previous versions saved and easily accessible at any time. Coalition partners control how and to who information is shared, ensuring information stays safe.