The Threat to US Global Trade Competitiveness: Combating Industrial and Economic Espionage
A webinar by the International Trade Club of Chicago
Michael J. Orlando, Acting Director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, US Office of the Director of National Intelligence
The United States is facing increasingly aggressive and complex threats from foreign intelligence services as well as state and non-state actors. The breach of SolarWinds and its customers in 2020 is a notable and egregious example. To anticipate and deter these threats, the US Government continues to address its fundamental, core counterintelligence missions of protecting the American people and homeland.
The US Government is deploying capabilities and resources to address and mitigate the industrial and economic threats to American global trade competitiveness in five strategic areas:
This presentation is designed for US global trade practitioners who:
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