The environment in which International Trade Compliance (ITC) professionals operate is rapidly evolving. U.S. export control regulations were conceived at a time when proliferation vulnerabilities existed in the human and physical domains. Thus, the regulations have been designed to address proliferation in these domains. As a result, most ITC professionals focus on human and physical vulnerabilities and have built ITC programs designed to address the associated risks. However, both the regulators and the operators have struggled to recognize and address the risks that have emerged in the cyber domain.
This webinar will describe the current state of U.S. export controls and the risks that have emerged in the cyber domain. The presentation will provide attendees with a baseline understanding of the cyber compliance challenges facing today's regulators and operators, and describe the essential tools required to build a successful cyber compliance program.