On Thursday 7 March (14.00-15.30), techUK is delighted to invite members to a special briefing on new U.S. cyber security regulations and their impaction on UK companies with Eric Crusius, Partner at Holland & Knight LLP.

Over the last three years, the United States (U.S.) government has been issuing new cyber security regulations aimed at companies around world that are in the U.S. supply chain or do business with U.S.-based companies.  This session will look at the new and forthcoming requirements including the U.S. Department of Defense’s (U.S. DoD) Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) which will require a third-party cybersecurity certification and other cybersecurity initiatives launched by U.S. federal agencies.  The briefing will include a summary of the regulations, who they impact, and strategies for compliance.

Members will be provided with the following information:

  • The background and progress of the CMMC programme
  • Other cyber security regulations from various US Federal agencies
  • Status on FedRAMP and how it is connected with these requirements
  • Supply chain security initiatives including nation-based
  • How the UK Tech and Defence industries will be impacted by these requirements
  • What UK companies should do to prepare for CMMC and other cybersecurity requirements

There will also be the opportunity to ask Eric questions during and after the briefing.

Eric  Crusius

Eric Crusius

Partner, Holland & Knight LLP

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