Michael Rutt, CISSP, CISA

Information Security Architect Solutions

Export Control

The U.S. Government controls exports of sensitive equipment, software and technology as a means to promote our national security interests and foreign policy objectives. Through our export control system, the U.S. government can effectively:

  1. Provide for national security by limiting access to the most sensitive U.S. technology and weapons
  2. Promote regional stability
  3. Take into account human rights considerations
  4. Prevent proliferation of weapons and technologies, including of weapons of mass destruction, to problem end-users and supporters of international terrorism
  5. Comply with international commitments, i.e. nonproliferation regimes and UN Security Council sanctions and UNSC resolution 1540
  6. https://www.state.gov/strategictrade/overview/

  • Role: Information Security Coordinator
  • Client:Higher Education
  • Agency: Information Security Architect Solutions
  • Year: 2018

Export Control
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Export Control
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