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|Other titles||National security risks of dual use transfers to China|
|Statement||Science Applications International Corporation ; submitted to Office of Technology Assessment ; submitted by Wendy Frieman|
|Contributions||Science Applications International Corporation, United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment|
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“A powerful survey highly recommended for any serious collection on China’s politics and place in the world.”—Midwest Book Review “Rather than dismissing the principle of (peaceful) coexistence as either propaganda or a necessary policy of a weak power, Liselotte Odgaard unravels the concept as the driving strategy behind China’s foreign and national security policy and shows how. China’s Technology Transfer Strategy: at which dual-use technologies are developed in the commercial sector has significant impact on the nature of warfare; CFIUS is only partially effective in protecting national security since its jurisdiction is limited. The other principal tool to inhibit technology transfer is the U.S. export.
An outbound data transfer will also be prohibited if the transfer would bring risks to the security of the national political system, economy, science and technology or national defense, or if the transfer could affect national security or jeopardize the public interest. information security, such as Administrative Measures for Prevention and Treatment of Computer Viruses and Administrative Measures for Hierarchical Protection of Information Security. The Cybersecurity Law, which indicates that China is increasingly focussing on cybersecurity, was adopted by the National People’s Congress (NPC) in.
Potential national security risk. Proposed cross-border data transfer cannot be transferred if it could possibly jeopardize national security, public interest, and/or cause harm to the government, economy, science, and/or national defense. The Catch All. When government authorities simply deem the transfer inappropriate (yep, they can do that). The Federal Communications Commission is reviewing the license for China Telecom’s U.S. unit, saying the company’s links to the government pose a national security risk. State-owned China.
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Get this from a library. National security risks of dual-use transfers to China. [Wendy Frieman; Science Applications International Corporation.; United States.
Congress. Office of. Managing the Risk of Tech Transfer to China. to fund dual-use hardware technology companies. Eileen M. Albanese, Director, Office of National Security and Technology Transfer Controls, Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S.
Department of Commerce Eileen Albanese is the Director of the Office of National Security and Technology Transfer. Get this from a library. National security risks of dual-use transfers to China.
[Wendy Frieman; United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.; Science Applications International Corporation.]. In sum, dual-use technology transfers touch on aspects of competitiveness and innovative capacity, market access and security concerns.
A proactive policy needs to be based on a common understanding of China’s potential as a military superpower and of its likely impact on the European Union, the EU’s policies and its relationship with the.
exports to China has become a sensitive topic across the Atlantic in recent years, as was highlighted by the clash over the potential lifting of the EU arms embargo in / In sum, dual-use technology transfers touch on aspects of competitiveness and innovative capacity, market access and security.
Dual-use export controls cover a wide range of products and technologies and affect not only manufacturers but also transport providers, academia and research institutions. Their key contribution to international security has been helping to prevent the supply of goods and technologies that may contribute to illegal weapons of mass destruction.
In accordance with the Draft Measures, a “security assessment” is used to evaluate the potential risks to national security, social and public interests and personal legitimate interests arising from transmitting the data abroad.
A security assessment must include the following aspects: the necessity of the outbound transfer. An EU proposal described Hong Kong’s national security law as “a matter of grave concern” and “not in conformity with China’s international commitments under the Sino-British Joint.
In AprilChina released a draft circular that outlined extensive localization requirements—both explicit and implicit—as part of a restrictive regime of “security checks” for businesses wanting to transfer data overseas, further to the cybersecurity law, which outlined the need for such security assessments.
National security dependon multiple s sectors working together to share technology and knowledge. The U.S. National Security Strategy (NSS) published in begins to outline key concepts to maintain the U.S.’s competitive advantage against global competitors and national security threats.
The strategic dimensions of China's economic rise are evident in these White House reports. In the early reports, the U.S. is eager to bring China into the global economic system, but by and the Barack Obama and Donald Trump administrations are complaining about Chinese cyber-theft of U.S.
intellectual property and trade secrets. RISKS ARE ESPECIALLY ACUTE WITH RESPECT TO CHINA China is subject to more controls than most other countries under the US export regime.
Because China is subject to a US arms embargo, the United States prohibits the export of any DDTC-controlled item, technology, or software to China. In the life sciences, dual-use research “encompasses biological research with legitimate scientific purpose, the results of which may be misused to pose a biologic threat to public health and/or national security.” 65 Generally, the term tends to refer to technologies that have both a civilian and a military use.
The dual-use research dilemma in the life sciences refers to the conundrum of. the security measures and security environment of both the recipient and the country in which the recipient operates; the risk of leakage, loss, falsification or misuse of the transferred data; and others.
Regulator assessments are required when certain circumstances arise. For example. Learn about NSA's role in U.S. cybersecurity. Includes information for students and educators, cybersecurity professionals, job seekers/careers, and also partners and affiliates. The National Information Security Standardization Technical Committee (“TC ”) released a second draft of the Information Security Technology-Guidelines for Cross-Border Data Transfer Security Assessment on Aug (the “New Draft”) allowing for public comment to be offered prior to Octo Consent to transfer required – The Measures set out 3 circumstances where data cannot be transferred out of China, which are: (i) if the data subject has not consented to the transfer, or if such transfer may bring harm to personal rights; (ii) when the cross-border data transfer poses risks to the security of State politics or national.
National security specialists insist that such a stealth transfer of technology through China’s investment practices in the United States is a far more serious problem than the tariff dispute.
China is a leading competitor in this regard, releasing a plan in to capture the global lead in AI development by Currently, China is primarily focused on using AI to make faster and more well-informed decisions, as well as on Artificial Intelligence and National Security, national security.
IP, Tech Transfer and Market Access Likely Top Agenda for U.S. Trade Delegation in China The U.S. hasn’t done enough to counter the use of. China: Dual - Use Space Technology allegations concerning the national security risks of commercial space activities with China has increasingly exposed the relatively insubstantial nature of.
President Donald Trump’s planned meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G summit, Junehas created optimism that a deal to restore normal commercial relations may be possible. However, without extensive changes in Chinese policy and law — and tough enforcement provisions — any deal will prove a hollow victory and put our national security at risk.This note provides an overview of the regulatory regime of the national security review (NSR) process in China, including the implementing mechanism dedicated for the NSR of foreign acquisitions and the enhanced NSR mechanism operated within China's free trade zones.