Topic: Essentials of University Export Controls & Research Cyber Security on Campus

Presented by: Scott Maize, 
Research Cyber Security Program Manager

Date: Monday, June 24, 2019
Time: Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Recreation Center, 
Ice Rink Overlook Large Meeting Room

Resources:
Link to Session PowerPoint

 

June’s Monthly Ethics & Compliance Education Series welcomes Scott Maize, Research Cyber Security Program Manager, on the Essentials of University Export Controls & Research Cyber Security on Campus. How Export Controls and other Federal Programs Require a comprehensive approach compliance means as a member of the CU Boulder community. 

Export compliance and cyber security is becoming increasingly pertinent to academic research and international collaboration.  These complex regulations, originally intended to protect national security and prevent important information from ending up in the wrong hands, have a new role in the 21st century.

During the session, Scott will highlight:

  • Federal export control regulations, and the relevant definitions and restrictions associated with the regulations;
  • Cyber Security Compliance and the Research Cyber Security Program;
  • Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and its’ assumption of all Federal non-classified data designations. Including Export Controls
  • Policies and procedures that CU Boulder uses to mitigate risk and ensure compliance, such as restricted research review.

A case study will be presented depicting the complexity of export controls and cyber security and the importance of ethics when making decisions. It will also display the consequences of non-compliance with regulations.

Ample time for audience Q&A will be provided.