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U.S. Government Steps Up Cybersecurity Efforts With New Rules for Export Controls, Economic Sanctions

H. Deen Kaplan

H. Deen Kaplan,

Washington, D.C.

Ajay Kuntamukkala

Ajay Kuntamukkala,

Washington, D.C.

Anthony V. Capobianco

Anthony V. Capobianco,

Washington, D.C.

Beth Peters

Beth Peters,

Washington, D.C.

Brian P. Curran

Brian P. Curran,

Washington, D.C.

Michael J. Scheimer

Michael J. Scheimer,

Washington, D.C.

Stephenie Gosnell Handler

Stephenie Gosnell Handler,

Washington, D.C.

Stephen F. Propst

Stephen F. Propst,

Washington, D.C.

Thomas L. McGovern III

Thomas L. McGovern III,

Washington, D.C.

06 July 2015
With cybersecurity dominating the headlines, the U.S. government has taken several recent steps to target the national security threat posed by cybercriminals and hackers with new regulations aimed at curbing malicious actors online. With a series of proposed rules and an Executive Order, the U.S. government has begun a concerted effort (i) to rein in malicious cyber actors using export controls and sanctions regulations; and (ii) to better align U.S. export control regulations with the realities of cloud computing and encrypted export-controlled data.

Many of these regulations are proposed rules that have not yet become final, meaning that there is still time for companies potentially impacted by the new rules to submit comments.

Read the full post U.S. Government Steps Up Cybersecurity Efforts With New Rules for Export Controls, Economic Sanctions This appeared first on Focus on Regulation.

H. Deen Kaplan

H. Deen Kaplan,

Washington, D.C.

Ajay Kuntamukkala

Ajay Kuntamukkala,

Washington, D.C.

Anthony V. Capobianco

Anthony V. Capobianco,

Washington, D.C.

Beth Peters

Beth Peters,

Washington, D.C.

Brian P. Curran

Brian P. Curran,

Washington, D.C.

Michael J. Scheimer

Michael J. Scheimer,

Washington, D.C.

Stephenie Gosnell Handler

Stephenie Gosnell Handler,

Washington, D.C.

Stephen F. Propst

Stephen F. Propst,

Washington, D.C.

Thomas L. McGovern III

Thomas L. McGovern III,

Washington, D.C.

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