Endless amounts of knowledge and technology are transferred over the course of business daily. Today, controlled data is stored across applications, servers, and physical locations and jurisdictions. Export controls regulate the export of certain technologies and technical data/information, including when the controlled technology is released to foreign nationals within the U.S. These controls are intended to protect U.S. economic interests and foreign policy goals, as well as to prevent the acquisition of technologies and technical data/information by parties hostile to the U.S.
Join us for this 1-hour webcast, during which professionals from the KPMG Trade and Customs - Global Export Controls and Sanctions services team will discuss the implications of export controls in technical data management and the complexity of achieving compliance in this space.
This discussion will focus on several important topics that will help companies maximize the effectiveness of existing export controls programs and understand risks and challenges around technical data management. Topics will include:
- Common risks associated with export-controlled data management;
- Compliance management strategies; and
- Key activities to support compliance strategies.
Note: No CPE credits will be offered for this event.