Keep up with Accessibility: New Cryptzone Compliance Sheriff 5.0

March 21, 2016 |
Cryptzone releases Compliance Sheriff 5.0 Enabling Accessibility Validation for Dynamic and Mobile Websites

It’s a mobile, dynamic world and accessibility needs to keep up! With the release of Cryptzone’s Compliance Sheriff 5.0, we are helping companies do just that.

Every user needs equal access to Web data, regardless of disability, device, or browser. However, the challenge for many organizations is that because the online world is rapidly moving toward dynamic Web content, it’s difficult to meet end users’ needs to view information that has been tailored to specific users’ situation and location.

Web Content is Chaotic

There is an evolving collection of internal and external websites, created by a large number of content developers that all needs managing by different (and multiple) departments and locations.

Many companies, government agencies, and other entities don’t know how many Web pages they even have! That only gets worse with an acquisition or product expansion. And all of this content must comply with regulatory, privacy, quality, and branding standards, which also change with new government and corporate oversight.

Accessibility is Simply Good Business

Because the majority of Web accessibility requirements drive a consistent and high quality end user experience, Compliance Sheriff can help transform the conversation from one driven by fear of managing such an environment in a world of litigation and regulations to one of empowerment.

Compliance Sheriff helps make all Web content accessible by every person, every place, at any time. The result is a consistent experience with easy use of dynamic Web content on any device and using any browser.

Compliance Sheriff 5.0’s New Features

Version 5.0 introduces new features including:

Dynamic Web Content: Increased use of JavaScript and data based on context tailor the web experience for the individual, but if the web page changes each time it is loaded, how do you make sure it complies with your corporate standards and regulations?

Compliance Sheriff 5.0 applies the same reliable checkpoints to this dynamic situation by fully loading the web page with contextual information before scanning it for compliance.

Mobile Web Best Practices: Mobile Web is the interface between the online world and the physical one, as people carry the online world wherever they go. More users are accessing web sites on their mobile devices of all sorts, and web sites need to accommodate different screen sizes, input devices, and physical locations.

Compliance Sheriff 5.0 packages industry best practices in the Accessibility Module, enabling companies to leverage Cryptzone’s experience and knowledge out of the box. These checkpoints apply mobile best practices and WCAG 2.0 standards to mobile web situations, resulting in a combination of checkpoints that benefit everyone using a mobile device.

Modernized User Interface: Don’t forget the user experience of the employees tasked with creating, managing, and administering the entire corporate website!

Compliance Sheriff 5.0 features an upgraded user interface, providing easier and more intuitive access to the power of compliance. Visualization of problems and trends has become easier, paving the way for future enhancements in reporting and compliance monitoring.

Learn more about Compliance Sheriff or get a demo.

Attending CSUN

If attending The Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference (CSUN Conference) in San Diego from March 21-25, 2016 stop by the Cryptzone Booth #414 to learn how Compliance Sheriff not only serves as compliance software for standard accessibility requirements, including Section 508 and WCAG 2.0, but also how it automatically opens the enterprise to the full range of public access.

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Jason Garbis

Vice President of Products, Cryptzone
Jason Garbis is Vice President of Products for Cryptzone, where he's responsible for the company's product strategy and product management. Garbis has over 25 years of experience with technology vendors, including roles in engineering , professional services, product management, and marketing. Jason joined Cryptzone from RSA, and holds a CISSP certification.

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