Commerce Rules May Heighten Network Security Enforcement

Law360 (January 3, 2020, 5:56 PM EST) -- On Nov. 27, 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce published sweeping new rules that stand to give the secretary of commerce broad authority to review and prohibit, or restrict certain transactions involving information and communications technology and services, or ICTS, where a country designated as a foreign adversary is involved.

The proposed regulations are far reaching and stand to impact a wide range of industries, as the ICTS sector is integrated into just about every significant U.S. industry imaginable, whether through the use of telecommunications and internet service providers, or ICTS hardware and equipment.

While there are still a number of...

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