IT Management of Export Controls

Practical Strategies for Leveraging IT Security and Automation Tools and Strengthen Global Export Compliance

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Washington Marriott, Washington, DC

PLUS: ACI's highly anticipated 15th National Forum on Global Export Controls Compliance is scheduled for May 23-24, 2012

Pre-Conference Seminar
May 22, 2012
IT Management of Export Controls

Back by popular demand, this unique one-day seminar will provide your IT and compliance teams with best practices for maximizing IT expertise and resources, as well as automated licensing, screening and recordkeeping solutions to strengthen your company’s export compliance program. Amid heightened U.S. export agency requirements for IT controls, leading IT executives will provide you with first-hand practical insights on how to enhance the protection of ITAR and EAR-controlled data, and control the IT access of foreign national employees and third parties in Web 2.0.

You will also take away invaluable guidance on how your export compliance and IT departments can work together to implement a successful, cost-effective compliance strategy, including how to properly vet and select IT vendors and automated solutions.

Topics will include:

  • Maximizing Coordination between Export Compliance and IT Departments to Support Global Export Compliance: Standardizing Your Approach to Technology Controls and Data Collection
  • Automating Your Export Operations: Measuring the Capabilities of Vendor Solutions to Address Critical Export Compliance Risks
  • Implementing Laptop, Server and Email Controls to Protect Export-Controlled Data: Overcoming Challenges related to Employee Travel and Data Storage
  • Limiting Virtual Access of Foreign National Employees and Third Parties in Web 2.0: Using Shared Networks and Collaborative Platforms to Reduce Security Risks
  • Rolling Out an Integrated Approach to IT Compliance: Overcoming Network and Application Challenges to Successful Program Management
  • Electronic Recordkeeping: Logging, Maintaining and Retrieving Technical Data Export Records
  • Outsourcing Helpdesk, Third Level Support, R & D and Software Development: Managing Unique, Heightened Risks of Unauthorized Technology Transfers
  • Leveraging the Forensic Capabilities of Your IT Systems for Effective Internal Audits and Investigations

PLUS: ACI's highly anticipated 15th National Forum on Global Export Controls Compliance is scheduled for May 23-24. Leading experts in export compliance, senior U.S. and foreign government officials, and legal trade professionals will help you to strengthen your global export compliance practices to withstand the changing, complex U.S. and international landscape.

Early bird pricing is now available. Based on the past success of this event, seats are expected to sell out quickly. Register now by calling 1-888-224-2480 or online.

For questions regarding the program and speaking opportunities, please contact Adam Denenberg at A.Denenberg@AmericanConference.com.


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