Export Controls and Encryption
In today's environment, companies face grave reputational and financial risks for potential data breaches. To assist companies in protecting data, startup technology companies are proactively developing new encryption-capable hardware and software tools. Often these new tools are subject to complex U.S. export controls. Miller Canfield attorney Jeffrey Richardson will discuss the basics of navigating U.S. export controls applicable to encryption.
Startup technology companies developing encryption hardware and software tools face intimidating U.S. government regulations. This presentation is designed to reduce these barriers to entry, providing startup technology companies the information necessary to successfully begin navigating these U.S. government regulations.
- What types of encryption capable hardware and software tools are controlled by the U.S. Government?
- How do I register with the U.S. government to support encryption capable hardware and software?
- What if I use open-source encryption software? Isn't open-source encryption software in the public domain?