8th National Export Controls Forum on

International Technology Transfers and Deemed Export Compliance

Cutting-Edge Compliance Strategies for Managing IT Access, Cloud Computing, and Complying with Foreign National Rules

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Hotel Nikko San Francisco, San Francisco, CA


With enhanced coordination among agencies raising the stakes for companies and their export compliance programs, now is the time to hone your skills and mitigate your company’s risk of exposure to international technology transfer and deemed export violations. Whether it is on-boarding a new foreign national employee with access to controlled data, or conducting third party M & A due diligence, the risks are many and the costs are high. Coupled with the unsettled regulations surrounding cloud computing, you are currently operating amid many known and somewhat unknown risks of doing business through virtual channels.

Now in its 8th year, American Conference Institute’s National Export Controls Forum on International Technology Transfers and Deemed Export Compliance is regarded as the only comprehensive, practical event that is dedicated to virtual export compliance. Unlike other events on the market, this forum allows you to maximize your time out of the office by walking away with practical solutions to critical ITAR and EAR challenges including:

  • How to reconcile foreign national restrictions with foreign anti-discrimination laws including the UK, Australia, Canada, and the EU
  • Protecting access to software tools and source code: Assigning project-specific privileges
  • Preventing technical data export violations in offshore procurement ventures
  • Where industry and academia collide: IP protection v. ability to publish
  • Understanding when defense services can be exported through IT and implementing strict compliance measures to prevent violations
  • Tightening procedures for carrying technical data out of the US

Meet and learn from a faculty of experienced government, in-house and private practice experts, who are at the cutting-edge of overcoming technology transfers and foreign national access challenges! 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/TechTransfers.