|The Developing Body of International Rules, Regulations, and Contracting Practices for Government Contractors
Topics being discussed during this brand new international cybersecurity course include:
- The European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation
- The new EU – U.S. Privacy Shield
- The new EU-wide NIS Cybersecurity Directive (Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems)
- New Enforcement Initiatives by Host Countries
- How Global Supply Chains Will Be Affected by the New FAR and DFARS Cyber Rules
- New Proposed U.S. Export Control Rules on Cybersecurity
- Recent Changes and Developments in the Wassenaar Agreement for Exporters and Members
- New “Fintech” (Financial Technology) International Principles on Cybersecurity
- SWIFT (the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) Payment Network and the Vulnerability of Financial Systems
- The ISO (International Standards Organization) and International Cybersecurity Standards
- International Implications of the New FAR and DFARS Rules
- Selected Global Cybersecurity Rules
Dates and Locations
October 23, 2017
American Management Association
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Developing Body of International Rules, Regulations, and Contracting Practices for Government Contractors
1. The European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation
a. The new law
b. Effective Date
c. Key elements
2. The new EU – U.S. Privacy Shield
a. Data exporter compliance
b. Certification at the U.S. Department of Commerce
3. The new EU-wide NIS Cybersecurity Directive (Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems)
a. New network security and incident notification obligations
b. To facilitate a harmonized approach to security across the EU
4. New Enforcement Initiatives by Host Countries
a. U.S. and all companies operating in a host nation are subject to enforcement penalties for noncompliance with local data protection laws
b. Recent fines for noncompliance
5. How Global Supply Chains Will Be Affected by the New FAR and DFARS Cyber Rules
a. Extraterritorial Impacts
6. New Proposed U.S. Export Control Rules on Cybersecurity
a. Cloud computing
b. Encrypted data
7. Recent Changes and Developments in the Wassenaar Agreement for Exporters and Members
8. New “Fintech” (Financial Technology) International Principles on Cybersecurity
a. The Fintech Revolution
b. Technology and financial services
9. SWIFT (the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) Payment Network and the Vulnerability of Financial Systems
a. $90 million in cyber thefts
b. Security and legal issues
10. The ISO (International Standards Organization) and International Cybersecurity Standards
11. International Implications of the New FAR and DFARS Rules
a. The FAR Final Rule on Safeguarding Contractor Information Systems
b. Compare and Contrast FAR Clause 52.201-21 with the DFARS Clause 252.204-7012
c. International Implications
12. Selected Global Cybersecurity Rules
a. The EU (European Union)
c. The Middle East
ROBERT HUFFMAN, AKIN GUMP STRAUSS HAUER & FELD LLP
Robert K. Huffman is a Partner at the law firm of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP in their Washington, DC office. He heads Akin Gump’s Government Contracts practice. Mr. Huffman represents defense, health care and other companies in contract matters and in disputes with the federal government and with other contractors. He has extensive experience litigating contract and related issues in the Court of Federal Claims, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, the federal district courts, and the Federal Circuit and other federal appellate courts. He also represents clients in bid protests.
Practice & Background
A major part of Mr. Huffman’s practice involves helping companies defend against investigations, prosecutions and civil suits alleging fraud and false claims. He has represented clients in over a dozen False Claims Act qui tam suits. He also represents and advises companies in connection with parallel criminal proceedings, suspension and debarment, and other issues associated with fraud/false claims investigations and litigation.
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