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Do you have a license for Cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity, incident response, innovation and research under the new export control licensing rules

3:30 – 5:30 p.m.  Reception to follow

Microsoft Center
rue Montoyer 51, Brussels 1000

Please join the Coalition for Responsible Cybersecurity and BSA: The Software Alliance for a discussion on the Wassenaar Arrangement’s impact on cybersecurity.

Featuring Sheppard Mullin Partner Curtis Dombek.

Cybersecurity incidents happen in an instant – crossing borders and impacting people. Did you know you may need an export control license before you can investigate, report an incident, or create a new tool to protect yourself? What hurdles exist for cybersecurity providers able to get a license to support security needs, even for large companies? The Coalition for Responsible Cybersecurity and BSA: The Software Alliance invite you to hear from industry experts about the new export control requirements for “Intrusion Software” launched under the Wassenaar Arrangement, how it is creating turmoil in the cybersecurity community and for users of advanced cybersecurity technology, and how the new licensing obligations may impact your company or government’s incident response, research, innovation and information sharing activities.

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