International laws and policies require industry to comply with nonproliferation regulations by all means. Corporate responsibility, however, goes far beyond pure legal compliance and relies on self-triggered caution and restraint toward questionable business as well as building partnerships with governmental authorities and international bodies alike. Pro-active information sharing with government authorities and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), without putting political and commercial interests first, is a pragmatic approach to preventing WMD and missile proliferation in sensitive countries. “Atoms for peace” is, therefore, a responsibility for both industry and government.