Many countries impose specific regulatory compliance requirements on transborder data flows of regulated information. This often includes sensitive military and scientific data. In this video, learn how the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, or ITAR, Export Administration Regulation, or EAR, and Office of Foreign Assets Control, or OFAC, govern the export of sensitive information from the United States.
- [Instructor] Many countries have requirements…about the types of information…that may cross international borders.…I discussed some of these…in the privacy compliance video earlier in this course,…but there are also reasons that governments want…to restrict the flow of information…other than protecting private information.…In the United States,…the government uses a category…of regulations known as export controls…to restrict the flow of goods and information…considered sensitive for military and scientific purposes.…These rules come in many different forms…but let's take a look at three of the most common forms…of export controls in the United States.…
The International Traffic in Arms Regulations, or ITAR,…applies to anything…that the government considers a defense article.…This includes many of the things you'd expect…to be classified as munitions, firearms, tanks, submarines,…and even nuclear weapons are considered munitions…under the ITAR regulations.…But ITAR also includes the technical data associated…
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- Security governance
- Security roles and responsibilities
- Security policies
- Complying with laws and regulations
- Auditing and assessing security
- Personnel security
- Security training
- Vendor management
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1. Security Governance
2. Security Policy
3. Regulatory Compliance
4. Assessing Security Processes
5. Personnel Security
6. Awareness and Training
7. Vendor Management
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