Encryption Controls Demystified
Recorded July 27, 2011
US export controls on encryption technology are now more liberal than ever, but they are also much more complicated. Cut through the complexity to find out if your company is properly benefiting from the 2010 regulatory change.
In June 2010, the Commerce Department published new rules regulating the export of products using encryption technology. These rules have changed the “one-time review” and reporting requirements that have been in existence for many years. Now companies assume the burden of self-classification – as they do for all other items on the Commerce Control List—but there are specific prerequisites for this.
ECTI’s Encryption Controls Demystified webinar will focus the spectrum of encryption controls from “EAR99/No License Required" products all the way to those control list items still requiring export licenses.
The following topics will be covered:
- What products have been decontrolled
- How controlled products can be self-classified
- The Encryption Registration process
- What reports are still required and what should they contain
- The “new” License Exception ENC parameters
- Due diligence for products from third party suppliers
- Special controls and licensing on source code, network infrastructure products, digital forensic products and other “restricted products”
The Encryption Controls Demystified Webinar will provide PowerPoint slides and include live video and commentary from Felice Laird who has specialized in controls on data security technology for 15 years.
Length: 1 hour 30 minutes
Cost: $150 per person
(Additional employees from the same company $50 each)
- Internet (broadband recommended)
- Speakers/headset is required to hear the presentation (telephone call-in option not available)
- Access to your computer to install a small plug-in required by the webinar software
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