JITC-Approved Recording Solutions

For Federal Organizations, Military Installations & Department of Defense Agencies

Government organizations (at the Federal, State, County, or City level) have strict recording requirements designed to ensure high levels of security and reliability. HindSight has been officially certified by the Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) for both Cybersecurity and Interoperability.

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The Only JITC-Certified Recorder

HindSight is the only multimedia recording solution that has met the Department of Defense’s current interoperability and cybersecurity requirements. It is the only logging recorder offered on the DoDIN APL.

Digital Multimedia Logging Recorder
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Phone & VoIP Conversations

Radio & RoIP Audio

Text-to-911 (SMS) Messages

Video

Event Logging

IoT Sensor Data & More

APCO P25  |  NG 9-1-1 i3

Secure Recording

Exacom is actively investing in multiple security and cybersecurity efforts. This makes us the leading cybersecure recording solution on the market.

American-Owned & Operated

Exacom multimedia logging recorders are 100% American Made. All research, production, and manufacturing is done within the United States. Additionally, all of our Sales and Support Offices are located throughout North America.

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Exacom’s JITC Certification

Exacom completed the rigorous Interoperability (IO) and Cybersecurity (CS) testing and certifications with both the Avaya Aura VoIP solution and the Cisco UCM. Exacom has also been approved to record analog and radio communications. With this broad approval, federal departments can communicate on-base or across the world on different communications platforms. The solution falls within the Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) category in the APL.

Why Is JITC Certification Important?

Leveraging a JITC-certified recording solution, versus a solution that is not certified, is vital to an agency’s cybersecurity posture and maximizing interoperability across all systems in the communications network. Any non-certified solution introduced into an agency’s network opens the door for cyber attacks, regardless of how “secure” a solution is purported to be.