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The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) exists at the intersection of trade policy and national security. CFIUS holds jurisdictional authority to evaluate national security risks related to any merger, acquisition, or takeover that results in foreign control of any person engaged in interstate commerce in the United States. A key national security risk consideration is whether the transaction provides access to, or control of, material non-public information of the US business, or US citizen personally identifiable information (PII), protected health information (PHI), or other sensitive information such as genetic information or geolocation data. Parties must evaluate the threat, vulnerability, and consequence of the exploitation of data as a result of foreign control.
This session will provide practical tips and case studies from leading regulatory experts who operate in increasingly complex trade and security jurisdictions. Hear from the frontlines on successfully traversing US national security regulations and data security protocols, as companies carefully consider how data access, control, and exploitation impact M&A deal flow considerations.
The panel will explore best practices in identifying data threats, and applying technical expertise to establish reasonable mitigation measures. Recommended enhancements and suggestions on optimizing Relativity as a common platform for integration and visualization of disparate data sources will be shared.
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