Does Noldus Software comply with FDCC regulations?

Noldus software is scientific software, and as such it is not necessary that it complies with the FDCC regulations.

The FDCC FAQ states:
The primary targets of FDCC are general-purpose systems such as managed desktops and laptops. Embedded computers, process control systems, specialized scientific or experimental systems, and similar systems using Windows XP or Vista are out of scope for FDCC. Of course, such systems still require appropriate protection and application of sound risk management principles. In general, such systems should still examine the FDCC security configuration for applicability where feasible and appropriate.

More information:
• http://nvd.nist.gov/fdcc/fdcc_faqs_20080128.cfm#q1
• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FDCC

In general, the software is compliant with the standards issued by the US Access Board under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 USC 749d). For a statement of compliance (including exceptions), please contact support.

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