Virtual Meeting Security Policy

As a registered attendee of this ITAR restricted meeting, you have a personal responsibility to help protect the data exchanged at this event. This includes proper handling of all restricted meeting information, and managing your electronic devices (phones, computers, cameras, tablets, smart speakers, smart watches, etc.), as well as your conversations and use of the virtual chat feature responsibly. Aside from security concerns, prudent and responsible use of these devices extends basic courtesy to other attendees and speakers.

This virtual meeting has been structured for individual participation only. Group participation via the use of conference rooms or any other shared facility is strictly prohibited.

Sharing of restricted JANNAF Meeting Information to an unregistered individual is a reportable offense. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Presentation and Virtual Reading Room files
  • Session connection information
If they occur, such security violations will be reported to the following entities affiliated with the responsible party (where applicable):
  • Facility Security Officer (FSO)
  • Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) Industrial Security Representative (ISR)
  • Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
  • For Contractors: Government Sponsoring Official (GSO)

Please follow these basic guidelines at this meeting:

  • Use headphones when listening via computer or phone to limit the potential for presentation eavesdropping.
  • Be aware of your surroundings. Be sure you are in a private location while participating in the meeting.
  • Absolutely no personal videotaping, recording, or screenshots will be permitted at any time.
  • Virtual participation is for registered meeting attendees only. DO NOT share meeting links or dial-in information.
  • Additional guidelines will be provided to you after registration.

Click here to download the Virtual Meeting Security Policy summary sheet.