ITAR Compliance

What is ITAR Compliance and Who Needs to Comply? A Guide

ITAR Violations: Comprehensive Guidance for Compliance Managers

The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) governs the export, import, and brokering of defense articles, services, and data. Compliance with ITAR is crucial to ensure national security and avoid penalties such as fines, debarment, and potential criminal charges. This article provides comprehensive guidance for compliance managers to help you navigate the complexities of ITAR and prevent violations.

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Migrate to Microsoft GCC High for Enhanced Data Security and Compliance

Is Migrating to Microsoft GCC High Necessary for DIB Contractors?
Defense Industrial Base (DIB) contractors are required to implement measures to protect sensitive information and comply with regulations and directives. Microsoft offers GCC High and Microsoft 365 DoD cloud platforms to help contractors meet the unique requirements of the United States Department of Defense for processing or holding Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and ITAR data.

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How to Become ITAR Compliant

If you’re a research laboratory, university, corporation, or any other organization in the U.S. involved in manufacturing, exporting, or providing defense services, it’s crucial to register with the DDTC and comply with ITAR. Failure to do so could lead to severe penalties for unauthorized export of USML-listed items. With over 13,000 organizations dealing with defense technologies, compliance with ITAR is essential to safeguard sensitive data. To achieve ITAR compliance, learn about ITAR registration, secure storage and transmission of data are paramount and can be a key player in this process. To learn more about the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and how to become ITAR compliant, keep reading.

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Meeting CMMC 2.0 Requirements Using MSSPs and MSPs

CMMC (Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification) version 2.0 was released in November 2021 is an improvement of CMMC meant to simplify and streamline the certification process. CMMC 2.0 includes the new CMMC levels and the updated procedures and practices. It also establishes a more targeted approach towards safeguarding controlled unclassified information. However, many organizations in the Defense Industrial Base are still reviewing the guidelines to understand how they can adjust and remain in line with CMMC 2.0.

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Everything Managers Need to Know About CMMC 2.0

Cybersecurity incidences continue impacting consumers and entities worldwide. The impact of a single incident can be profound. Although people often focus on their personally identifiable information (PII) being stolen and the impact this would have on their life, if specific information related to the Department of Defense (DoD) got into the wrong hands, the impact on all of us would be considerable. The cybersecurity requirements for the DoD are pretty elaborate since the security measures must address the information held by DoD and the Defense Industrial Base (DIB).

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What You Should Know About ITAR Compliance

In 2007, ITT was fined $100 million for illegally exporting night vision technology. ITT thought that they could work around the imposed restrictions. However, the government didn’t agree with how they interpreted the rules. In April 2018, FLIR Systems was fined $30 million by the State Department for transferring USML data to employees holding dual nationalities. FLIR was also instructed to implement a better compliance strategy and hire a third party to oversee the agreement with Department as part of the penalty. Because of illegally exporting technical drawings of the missile, tanks, and aircraft components to countries like China, the State Department fined Honeywell International $13 million.

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ITAR Compliance for Hiring Foreign Nationals

ITAR Compliance: A Guide to Hiring Foreign Nationals

The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) govern the export and import of defense-related articles and services listed on the United States Munitions List (USML). While ITAR compliance strengthens national security, it also presents challenges for businesses seeking to tap into global talent. Hiring foreign nationals in the defense sector can be a sensitive task, especially considering ITAR’s stringent restrictions on sharing technical data with foreign persons. However, by adopting the right strategies and technologies, you can ensure ITAR compliance without stifling your company’s global reach.

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