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19 Essential Ways Export and Security are Partners in Compliance

19 Essential Ways Export and Security are Partners in Compliance

May 11, 2017   1:00-2:30 PM EDT

Instructor: Rita McCabe

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As an export compliance professional there are a wide variety of ways that you might find yourself needing to work closely with, and understanding the function of, your security department.  This webinar is designed to strengthen your knowledge and build bridges between your export compliance and security departments. In order to do your job effectively you need to work together with your counterpart in security.  Your missions are the same, to protect information and your facility. However, with two different set of regulations, export regulations and security regulations, it may seem impossible to work together cohesively. Besides the basics of the NIPSOM, this webinar will provide real world examples of how export and security partner in day-to-day activities. 

Both export compliance and security departments often work together on the same programs, dealing with visitors at the facility, and authorizing approved access. Understanding export compliance’s role in security audits and helping security maintain compliance are also necessary and require both departments to understand one another.  The importance of this partnership is crucial to your company’s reputation and avoiding violations. 

If you’ve wondered where the line between export compliance and security is you’re not alone!  It’s a fuzzy one because there is overlap which requires both departments to weave their knowledge together in order to keep our country safe every single day. We will cover the following:

  1. Export and Security - Friends

  2. Understand the Basics of Security

    1. Explain the NISPOM

  3. Classified data – Recognize it

    1. Definitions - Security classifications

    2. Types of classified information

    3. Determining classified and at what level

    4. Marking of classified data - Requirements

    5. All classified data IS ITAR controlled

  4. Facility clearances

  5. Special Security Agreement - the additional requirements

  6. Working together with your Subcontracts Dept./Security

    1. Contract Security Classification Specification DD254

  7. The Facility Security Officer (FSO) – Your partner

    1. Defense Security Services (DSS) audits and Export

  8. Joint training of employees

  9. Export Control Officers may require a Security Clearance

  10. Export’s involvement in unclassified or classified visits

  11. Technology Control Plan (TCP) or a Technology Transfer Control Plan (TTCP)

    1. Transporting data

  12. Classified information on unclassified computers

  13. COMSEC – How might Export be involved

  14. When might Export need to enter a closed area

  15. Being the custodian of a classified container

    1. Properly disposing of classified data

  16. Avoiding violations

  17. Spies

  18. Adverse information

  19. Security is everyone’s responsibility

 

Who should attend:

  • Are you new to Export Compliance? 

  • Are you new to being an Export Compliance Officer in a cleared facility? 

  • Has your company recently become a cleared facility? 

  • Is your company contemplating a bid on a classified program?

  • Does your cleared facility have a new Facility Security Officer? 

  • Do you provide Export training?

  • Are you looking for ways to work more seamlessly with your Security Department?  

  • Have you obtained a recent classified TAA or license? 

  • Is your Security Department about to become the subject of a DSS audit?

  • Were there findings from a previous DSS or Export audit regarding Security issues? 

  • As an export professional, do you need more knowledge of the NISPOM? 

  • Do you work with classified programs?

  • Was your company recently purchased by a foreign entity?

  • If any of these things have happened, this course is a must for you to attend!

This webinar will provide PowerPoint slides and include live video and commentary from Rita McCabe who held the position of Empowered Official and Export Manager at BAE Systems where she was responsible for creating unclassified and classified export authorizations through collaboration with the Department of State, Department of Defense, and other government agencies. She often coordinated with the Security department to ensure proper steps were taken to export sensitive information and hardware. Webinar participants are invited to submit questions during the webinar; the final 30 minutes of the webinar will be allotted to answering attendees' questions.

Webinar Details:

Date:    May 11, 2017

Time:    1:00 PM EDT

Length: 1 hour 30 minutes (Comprised of 1 hour of commentary and 30 minute Q & A session)

Cost:     $195 per person (additional employees from the same company $50 each up to 2 employees)

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