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Hotel: This event will be hosted at the Crystal Gateway Marriott on Day 3 following the 2018 Fall Conference. NOTE: This is a separate event from the Fall Conference. Registering for this event does not get you into the Fall Conference! There is a block of rooms for the Fall Conference that include Tuesday, October 23rd. There is not a block of rooms for Wednesday, October 24th.
Are you struggling to understand and address the challenges of complying with U.S. export regulations in Information Technology (IT) environments? Is your company consolidating networks, centralizing applications, going to the Cloud, or all of the above? Have you experienced multiple, repeat violations related to IT networks and systems? Do Consent Agreements have you concerned about the likelihood of regulatory enforcement actions?
This seminar is designed to provide U.S. and non-U.S. Trade Compliance (TC) and IT practitioners with insights into Export Cyber Compliance challenges and solutions. It will describe the methodologies and tools needed to achieve compliance with U.S. export, reexport, and retransfer controls in IT environments, or “Export Cyber Compliance.” Companies are encouraged to send both TC and IT representatives. Don’t hesitate.Karen Wrege, CIO, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, will be the guest speaker during lunch to discuss integrating with the Defense Export Control and Compliance System (DECCS).
CANCELLATION POLICY: There is a $35 fee for all cancellations and bank returned checks. Refunds will not be provided for cancellation requests received after Monday, October 15, 2018.
Check payments: Please make checks payable to "Society for International Affairs" or "SIA" and mail to: Jill Garrison, Attn: SIA 2018 IT and Export Controls Seminar, 95 Delphinium Way, Stafford, VA 22556
SIA Member & Attendee Code of ConductMembership in SIA and attendance at SIA functions is subject to the observance of SIA’s Code of Conduct. Any member or attendee who violates this Code is subject to expulsion from membership and may be excluded from future SIA events. The meetings and functions of SIA are designed to facilitate the free exchange of ideas and information. Information from these sessions is not for attribution or publication. Recording devices may not be used. SIA members and attendees are expected to uphold the highest standards of personal conduct at all SIA functions. Members and/or attendees shall not solicit business or otherwise seek any private or personal financial gain in attending or participating in any SIA meeting or function; including the distribution of material not approved in advance by the SIA Board. Membership/event attendee lists shall not be used or sold for any commercial or promotional purpose.
You must notify SIA’s Business Manager by email at least 48 hrs in advance of the conference if you wish to send a substitute participant. Registered attendees may not "share" a single registration between multiple company personnel without prior coordination (at least 48 hours) and authorization from SIA’s Business Manager.