INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND KNOW HOW: SPECIAL CONCERNS WHEN TRAVELING WITH KNOW HOW AND OTHER VALUABLE INFORMATION
Nov. 14, 2013
Members of the International Law Section:
Please join us on Thursday, Nov. 14 at noon at the offices of Kilpatrick, Townsend, Suite 2800, 1100 Peachtree St., Atlanta for a program on Special Concerns When Traveling with Know How and other Valuable Information.
This program will address threats to your information when traveling overseas and when entering the U.S. Topics to be covered include:
• U.S. Customs’ current policies regarding the search and seizure of laptops and other electronics devices when entering the U.S.
• U.S. export control regulations applicable to international travel with laptops, other electronic devices, encryption products, data and technology.
• How safe is your data when traveling overseas? Cyber intrusion as a way of life for the international traveler
Our confirmed speakers are:
Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp, Partner, Jones Day
Ariel Joshua Leinwand, Special Agent, ICE Homeland Security Investigations, National Security Unit
The charge is $35 for Members of the International Law Section and $45 for others. The fee includes lunch, parking and one hour of CLE.