New regulations issued by the U.S. government focus on security threats and supply chain issues across a growing landscape of industry verticals.
These regulations include EO 14017 (Securing America’s Supply Chains), EO 13873 (Securing the Information and Communications Technology and Services Supply Chain), the BIS Interim Rule (Expansion of Certain End-Use and End-User Controls and Controls on Specific Activities of U.S. Persons), NDAA Section 889 and the military end-use / end-user rule.
To address these regulations, new investments and capabilities are needed by industry leaders to identify, assess, and manage risk.
In this session, Kharon is joined by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence along with industry professionals to provide an overview of regulatory requirements and expectations and discuss best practices for understanding and securing the supply chain. The session addresses the following topics:
+ Executive Order on America’s Supply Chains — key takeaways and likely implications of the 100-day supply chain reviews and sectoral supply chain assessments
+ Expanding Supply Chain Coverage — the impact of recent regulations addressing broader supply chain matters across government, and how these rules will be used and possibly expanded to include other industry verticals
+ Military end use / military end user (MEU) — key due diligence challenges and how the new administration is expanding the rule to include new companies and jurisdictions
Matthew J. Halvorsen
Strategic Program Manager for Supply Chain & Cyber Directorate (SCCD) + FBI Supervisory Agent
National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC), Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)
Technology and National Security Program, Center for a New American Security (CNAS)
President of Global Markets