Information Security Controls: Cybersecurity Items, Interim Final Rule, with Request for Comments [open pdf - 310KB]
From the Summary: "This interim final rule outlines the progress the United States has made in export controls pertaining to cybersecurity items, revised Commerce Control List (CCL) implementation, and requests from the public information about the impact of these revised controls on U.S. industry and the cybersecurity community. Specifically, this rule establishes a new control on these items for National Security (NS) and Anti-terrorism (AT) reasons, along with a new License Exception Authorized Cybersecurity Exports (ACE) that authorizes exports of these items to most destinations except in the circumstances described. These items warrant controls because these tools could be used for surveillance, espionage, or other actions that disrupt, deny or degrade the network or devices on it."
Federal Register: http://www.federalregister.gov/
Federal Register (October 21, 2021), v.86, no.201, p.58205-58216