The United States Department of the Treasury and the United States Bureau of Industry and Security sets standards and regulates exporting and importing for American companies.
The U.S. Government restricts or prohibits trade activities with various countries, organizations/companies, and individuals, making it illegal for Thycotic Software to allow its software into these territories. Bans on international trade vary, but the laws do impact and apply to Thycotic and any partner organization.
Due to current U.S. restrictive sanctions or sanctions that represent a significant vetting process for Thycotic Software, the following countries are banned from use of Thycotic software:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Cote D'Ivoire
- North Korea
Please note: U.S. sanctions can change, and countries may be added or removed as U.S. trade policies change to reflect the current political landscape.
Article ID: 297, Created On: 1/7/2013, Modified: 9/6/2013