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Summit 7 Systems invites you to its webinar

Retrospective Analysis on FLIR’s ITAR Violations and Insights for Industry - with TC Engine

About this webinar

Last month FLIR was fined a staggering $30M in penalties from the Department of State’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) for International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) violations.

In this webinar, national ITAR compliance specialist (Matt Henson, TC Engine) and security expert (Scott Edwards, Summit 7) will provide key insights into the FLIR case and how it impacts the Aerospace and Defense industry. Attendees will learn the necessary steps to avoid similar pitfalls relating to policies, procedures, and technical security control measures. This discussion will assist your business in mitigating unauthorized exports and access of technical data. Don’t miss the most thorough breakdown of the case since its release.

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    Scott Edwards President @ Summit 7 Systems

    Scott Edwards is a national expert and speaker on NIST 800-171, DFARS, and FAR compliance and implementation with Office 365 and Azure. Scott’s technical experience was honed at NASA as a Senior Computer Engineer and the Chief Engineer and Engineering Manager for the NASA Datacenter.

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    Sam Stiles Marketing Operations Lead @ Summit 7 Systems

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    Matt Henson Export Compliance Modernization Specialist @ Trade Collaboration Engine

    Matt is a Export Compliance Modernization Specialist working to address the gap between the traditional approach to trade compliance and virtualization of business processes. His focus is on achieving Cyber Compliance, or compliance with laws, regulations, standards and policies in IT environments.

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