Global Encryption Controls
Global Economies in Turmoil. Russia Joining the WTO. US Export Reform on the Horizon. Now is the Time to Strengthen Your Encryption Compliance Efforts to Ensure Future Growth of Your Exports
Wednesday, April 18 to Thursday, April 19, 2012
Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront, San Francisco, CA
How this conference differs from other events: American Conference Institute’s 3rd Advanced Summit on Global Encryption Controls is an industry-led program that will provide an optimal benchmarking opportunity for companies on how to reduce new, complex and emerging compliance risks worldwide. Don’t miss this opportunity to obtain critical information that is not available in print or on the web. Network and learn from export counsel and compliance officers experienced in navigating foreign encryption control regulations, in key jurisdictions, including China, Asia and Europe.
Countries such as China, Russia, India, France, Ireland, the UK and Canada are all developing comprehensive laws on the import and export of encryption items – requiring specific licenses or authorizations to import, use and export items with encryption technology.
The Wassenaar Arrangement and other international agreements such as the Trans Pacific Partnership, are becoming more influential as countries seek to work together on developing a comprehensive set of encryption regulations. Knowing each country’s specific laws is essential for companies that do business on a global scale.
As the global landscape is changing dramatically each year, export compliance professionals must understand both foreign and U.S. encryption regulations. More and more, companies are using encryption items to protect the integrity of their information. In addition, more employees are traveling internationally, bringing up the challenge of remaining compliant with import laws as they enter each country.
The need for a comprehensive compliance program that incorporates all regulations and policy developments is necessary to prevent severe monetary fines, loss of import/export privileges and criminal penalties.
Key topics will include:
Also, benefit from interactive pre-summit working groups:
Group A: When and How to Obtain an ERN, Apply License Exception ENC, and Self-Classify: A Practical Guide to What Every Export Controls Professional Needs to Know
Group B: Employee Travel with Encryption Controlled-Items: Preventing Unauthorized Access and Setting up Internal Compliance Procedures for International Travel
Reserve your seat early by calling 1-888-224-2480, faxing your registration to 1-877-927-1563 or registering online at: www.americanconference.com/encryption
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Wed, Apr 18, 2012
Thu, Apr 19, 2012
Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront
San Francisco, CA
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ACI certifies that the activity has been approved for CLE credit by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board in the amount of 8.5 hours. An additional 4.0 credit hours will apply to each workshop participation.
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