Cyber Trade Compliance Seminar @ Dynetics Solutions Complex
May 14 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

NAITA Cyber Trade Compliance Seminar
Fraud & Cyber Security Compliance
Safeguarding Data in a High-Threat, High-Risk World

Program Description: In a globally-connected, information-driven economy, few things are as important as data. Lose it, lose trade secrets, compromise your customers and business partners, risk litigation and jeopardize your company’s future. If you’re in the Aerospace and Defense (A&D) industry, cyber security and cyber compliance failures compromise the warfighter, national security, and could result in hefty fines and penalties, the loss of export privileges, and even imprisonment.

This unique half-day seminar will examine the ways companies are most frequently compromised by hackers (whether financially motivated or state-sponsored), security best practices to prevent a breach, and how failures to identify, control, and track military and dual-use data in IT systems expose the A&D industry to risk of illegal exports. The seminar will discuss best practices for mitigating against cyber security threats and cyber compliance failures.


Rob Ringelspaugh, VP and Digital Channels Security Product Manager, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Matt Henson, CEO & Senior Advisor, TC Engine

***One-on-one export compliance consultations available with Matt Henson by appointment 1-3pm.

Seating is Limited. Register Today! Registration includes coffee, continental breakfast & networking lunch.

NAITA appreciates the support our sponsors Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Trade Collaboration Engine, as well as partner organizations HASBAT (Huntsville Association of Small Businesses in Advanced Technology) and Cyber Huntsville. We also appreciate the use of the Dynetics Solutions Complex. Please click here for a map to the meeting location.

Thu Intellectual Property Rights Seminar @ Jackson Center
Jun 13 all-day


The Roadshow delivers critically important information about intellectual property to start-ups, entrepreneurs, small and
medium-sized businesses, independent creators, and inventors.

Experts from multiple government agencies will discuss intellectual property
protection and issues.

Topics Include:

  • How to identify and protect various intellectual property assets
  • Mechanisms for obtaining IP protection in overseas markets
  • Government resources available to help U.S. business with
    intellectual property issues.
  • Recording marks with Customs (with on-site help) in order to
    exclude counterfeit goods from entering the United States
  • How to combat counterfeits on international e-commerce sites
  • Strategies for determining where to seek protection

Click here for the Meeting Flyer with registration link.