DEFINITION
Foreign Ownership, Control

A company is considered to be under foreign ownership, control, or influence whenever a foreign interest has the direct or indirect power either through the ownership of the company’s securities, contractual arrangements, or other means; to direct or decide matters affecting the operations of that company. This influence may result in unauthorized access to classified or sensitive information, information systems, or information systems architectures.

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