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Compliance Sheriff Resources

On-Demand Webinar

6 Web Accessibility Takeaways from the Winn-Dixie Accessibility Decision

In June 2017, Winn-Dixie was ordered in U.S. District Court to make its website accessible.

This webinar describes the practical ramifications of this legal action and how your organization can avoid the accessibility litigation Winn-Dixie faced.

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Grid Icon Four Key Issues That Attract Web Accessibility Litigation

Whitepaper

Four Key Issues that Attract Web Accessibility Litigation

There are four key website issues that frustrate people with disabilities – and we’d like to help you understand what they are and how to address them.

Download this whitepaper written for accessibility leads, website developers, user-experience, compliance and risk professionals.

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On-Demand Webinar

Rapid Web Accessibility and Continued Success

WCAG 2.0 AA is fast becoming a worldwide web accessibility standard.

This webinar outlines how to ensure your current – and future – web content complies.

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Datasheet

Compliance Sheriff Datasheet

Compliance Sheriff provides users with a means to monitor online content for potential compliance issues across digital environments – keeping information safe, appropriate and within regulatory guidelines. Compliance Sheriff automates content compliance to address a wide range of Web governance issues including Web accessibility (WCAG/Section 508), privacy factors, site quality and brand integrity.

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On-Demand Webinar

Website Accessibility - A Program to Reduce Litigation Risk

So-called “ADA letters” – letters sent by law firms alleging individuals with disabilities are denied access to an organization’s goods and services because of inaccessible websites – are increasing.

And the number of related lawsuits filed in federal court this year has surged.

What can you do?

This webinar describes specific steps to take to reduce your website accessibility litigation risk.

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On-Demand Webinar

Website Liability Under US Accessibility Laws

Civil rights laws like the American Disabilities Act (ADA) require that businesses offer people with disabilities the same access to content and information as everyone else.

Ken Nakata, a former Senior Trial Attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice and who has specialized in accessibility for the last 24 years, discuses this topic

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EDUPRIZE Charter Schools

Case Study

EDUPRIZE Charter Schools

EDUPRIZE required an automated solution to identify and remediate all the accessibility issues across its public facing website, as well as reporting capabilities to allow them to demonstrate how it was addressing the problem. Compliance Sheriff was selected to audit and monitor the site's accessibility.

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Whitepaper

​The Global Move to WCAG 2.0 and The Case for Conformance

Accessibility for people with disabilities is more important now than ever before. The last decade has shown how information technology (particularly the Internet) opens up new worlds for an ever-increasing number of people with disabilities. At the same time, Web accessibility standards have also evolved to keep pace. This white paper explains the global trend to adopt the Web Accessibility Content Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) – the most important and influential Web accessibility standard worldwide — and why it provides a better accessibility experience for users with disabilities.

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Grid Icon Guidance At A Glance Web Accessibility

Whitepaper

Guidance at a Glance: Web Accessibility

Do you know what where to start or how to improve your Web accessibility? If you are not sure what to do, download our whitepaper to help you kick start or improve your existing Web accessibility program to meet compliance.

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Grid Icon The Changing Legal Landscape Of Web Accessibility

Whitepaper

The Changing Legal Landscape of Web Accessibility in Higher Education

Universities face liability if their Web content is inaccessible under Section 504 and other laws. This is further complicated by new laws and regulations that change some of these obligations, but also the standards for what constitutes “accessible” Web content. Colleges and universities also face the increasing chance of liability due to disability rights organizations filing more complaints and lawsuits based on these laws. The lawsuits filed are also extending liability beyond the Web to include other new technologies used in education. This white paper will provide guidance on the changing legal landscape of Web accessibility in higher education.

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CSU System

Case Study

CSU System

CSU’s Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) was formed to guarantee compliance with federal Section 508 accessibility standards across the millions of Web pages maintained by the system and its vendors. To meet an accessibility mandate of this scope, the ATI sought out an automated compliance testing tool.

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​LV=

Case Study

​LV=

Following a competitive evaluation of enterprise compliance automation solutions, LV= (previously Liverpool Victoria) selected Compliance Sherriff® to provide the team with confidence in its Web properties.

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Purdue

Case Study

Purdue

As part of the university’s equal access, equal opportunity policy, Purdue University formally adopted its Web accessibility policy, covering the main campus and all of the satellites, including Purdue Calumet, in March 2010. To reach its compliance objectives, Purdue Calumet required a comprehensive, automated compliance solution.

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​TAFE SWSi

Case Study

​TAFE SWSi

TAFE SWSi evaluated and ultimately chose to implement Compliance Sheriff® as well as the Accessibility Foundation Module (AFM) to help them solve two distinct challenges: web content and SharePoint environment accessibility.

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WKU

Case Study

WKU

The team at WKU began working with Cryptzone in 2008 and has used their automated solution Compliance Sheriff® since then to ensure Web accessibility across the board. Cryptzone products have helped WKU to audit the websites, library electronic content and course delivery system, and thus played a crucial role in WKU’s effort to attain completely accessible content.

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