Anti-Virus Product Developer's Conference Proceedings

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DIANE Publishing - 250 pages
Computer security conference held by the National Computer Security Assoc. (NCSA) on Nov. 25-26, 1991. The first conference ever held which brought together anti-virus developers from around the world. Includes results of the Dataquest virus prevalence study, virus ethics, and much more. At this point, the NCSA1s computer virus collection numbered about 7,400 samples, the majority of the viruses that had been identified in the Western world.
 

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Page 15 - He has, therefore, directed the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of State, to lead an interagency team to consult with foreign nations with a view to limiting the adverse effects of offsets in defense procurement. This interagency team will report periodically on the results of these consultations and forward any recommendations to the National Security Council.
Page 14 - Mindful of the need to minimize the adverse effects of offsets in military exports while ensuring that the ability of US firms to compete for military export sales is not undermined, the President has established the following policy: • No agency of the US Government shall encourage, enter directly into, or commit US firms to any offset arrangement in connection with the sale of defense goods or services to foreign governments. • US Government funds shall not be used to finance offsets in security...
Page 12 - Federal Republic of Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. "The North Atlantic Treaty and the organization established under it are both alike essential to the security of our countries.
Page 15 - Offset arrangements. In accordance with the Presidential policy statement of April 16, 1990, DoD does not encourage, enter into, or commit US firms to FMS offset arrangements. The decision whether to engage in offsets, and the responsibility for negotiating and implementing offset arrangements, resides with the companies involved.
Page 121 - MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND RELATING TO THE PRINCIPLES GOVERNING COOPERATION IN P&D, PRODUCTION, AND PROCUREMENT OF DEFENSE EQUIPMENT (SHORT TITLE; COOPERATION ARRANGEMENT).'.
Page 14 - The President stated that the United States Government is committed to the principles of free and fair trade. Consequently, the United States Government views certain offsets for military exports as economically inefficient and market distorting. Mindful of the need to minimize the adverse effects of offsets in military exports while ensuring that the ability of US firms to compete for military export sales is not undermined, the President has established the following policy: • No agency of the...
Page 2 - Program to the acquisition of qualifying country end products from the following qualifying countries: Australia Belgium Canada Denmark Egypt Federal Republic of Germany France Greece Israel Italy Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (b) Individual acquisitions...
Page 9 - The Arms Export Control Act is administered by the Department of State, the Center for Defense Trade Controls, through the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the US Munitions List.
Page 4 - Community (Belgium, Denmark, Federal Republic of Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, and United Kingdom).
Page 24 - Standards Association of Australia, Standards House, 80 Arthur Street, North Sydney, NSW, Australia (1990).

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