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ATB | Navigating National Security: Insights into ICTS Regulation and Foreign Adversaries

ATB | Navigating National Security: Insights into ICTS Regulation and Foreign Adversaries Online

Thursday, August 22, 2024
10:00am - 11:00am Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
All Department of Commerce Staff

Evan smiling at the camera wearing a grey suit and black tie in front of an American flag.Join us for a presentation by Evan Broderick, Deputy Director of BIS's Office of Information and Communications Technology and Services (OICTS).

This session will dive into a new national security regulatory regime under OICTS. This office oversees four different Executive Orders that provide its authority to regulate the importation, acquisition, use or transfer of technologies and services from foreign adversaries of the United States. The speaker will discuss a brief history, its authorities, how investigations are reviewed and rulemaking. The session will conclude with a preview of how the office is viewing and assessing certain technologies of importance to the program.

About Mr. Broderick: Evan Broderick serves as the Deputy Director for the Information and Communications Technology and Services (ICTS) program at BIS. In this role, Mr. Broderick supports operations and policy development under Executive Orders 13873, 14034, 13984, and 14110. Mr. Broderick previously served as a Senior Cybersecurity Analyst within the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) providing policy support to the Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information, the Secretary of Commerce and the National Security Council on various issues impacting the Internet and digital economy. Before NTIA, Mr. Broderick provided intelligence support as the Deputy Assistant Director for Strategic Intelligence to BIS, supporting the adjudication of export licenses for controlled technology. To read more about Mr. Broderick, please see his full biography.

About Around the Bureaus: This series showcases the diverse work of Department of Commerce employees, breaks down silos, and encourages cross-bureau collaboration. If you would like to participate in a future presentation, please reach out to the library for more information.

Registration is required. There are 9,988 seats available.

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