Managing Digital Sovereignty and Geopolitics in post-Covid Asia
The struggle to collect, store, analyse and ultimately control corporate, state and personal data is the defining business and political challenge of our era. Governments in this region are seeking to assert ‘Digital Sovereignty’ over corporate and personal data. This is where data, technology and geopolitics intersect – which pose an increasingly complex, unpredictable and demanding set of challenges to business.
Ben Wootliff, Partner and Head of Cybersecurity Strategy in Asia for Control Risks, will outline why and how states and regulators are doing this, the strategic, operational, and compliance impacts on business – and the steps organisations need to take to manage this emerging and critical risk. He will be followed by comments and suggestions by Forum members from their particular perspectives.
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