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
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKING GROUPSTuesday, April 17, 2012
Working Group A 9:00am – 12:30pm
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
Export compliance professionals in the high tech, oil & gas, finance, defense and health care industries face daunting compliance challenges impacting the export of encryption-controlled items. Benefit from strategic, proven-effective licensing and compliance strategies at this highly in-depth, practical working group. Understand when to self-classify v. seek a government review, utilize exception ENC to expedite exports, and know when and how to obtain an ERN from a manufacturer.
Working Group B 1:30pm – 5:00pm
Employee Travel with Encryption Controlled-Items: Preventing Unauthorized Access and Setting up Internal Compliance Procedures for International Travel
Dr. Alexander Zubarev
Which export/import regulations do you need to comply with when you are traveling abroad with an encrypted Blackberry or laptop? What are some best practices for providing “clean machines”? What are some logistical challenges that multi-national companies face when conducting business around the world?Th is interactive working group is designed to provide specific examples of what you should do when traveling with encryption items outside the U.S. Please bring your questions to this session, as ample time will be used to address common challenges faced by industry.
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Wed, Apr 18, 2012
Thu, Apr 19, 2012
Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront
San Francisco, CA
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