A Deep Dive into the Essentials of Key Requirements, Best Practices, and Common Missteps to Avoid in Order to Strengthen your Export Controls Program

Mar 16, 2021 11:00am – 2:30pm

Caroline Walsh
Senior Director & Associate General Counsel – Enterprise Services Global Trade
Raytheon Technologies

Stephanie C. Hart
Sr. Manager, Global Trade Controls Program Manager

Josephine Aiello LeBeau
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

Laying the groundwork for the main conference discussions, this in-depth working group will take you through the ins and outs of U.S. requirements, and recent changes. Seasoned experts will provide a deep dive into complex definitions and requirements for encryption controls under the EAR and ITAR.

In addition to helpful reference materials and discussion points, there will be ample time to ask your questions and solidify your knowledge of the essentials. Topics will include:

  • Roadmap of current U.S. encryption controls and their scope of application
  • Who to contact and where to look toward mapping out your classification and licensing strategy
  • Utilizing early product analysis and evaluating intended use
  • Determining classification under the EAR and ITAR
  • ITAR’s encryption carveout: What does not constitute an “export”
  • ITAR and State Department guidelines on encryption in the cloud to prevent the unauthorized release of technologies
  • Classifying public domain or publicly available information containing encryption
  • Preparing a CJ request for encryption products subject to ITAR regulations: What you need to submit, what supporting materials to include and other key elements
  • Requirements for obtaining a mass market cryptography classification
  • Managing export license conditions and scope limitations on encryption products