Navigating China’s New Legal Framework for Cybersecurity

15 January - 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
China Management Forum - Shanghai, Garden Pavillion 5F, Andaz Hotel, 88 Songshan Road
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17 January - 8:00 am - 9:30 am
China CEO Forum - Shanghai, Four Seasons, Pudong, 210 Century Avenue
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Countless use cases for AI are stacking up that will transform business, whether it’s for support on a wind farm, finding the “bean” in a haystack of pictures, or steering a self-driving car away from a person crossing the street on a red light.

As cross-border digital flows are set to rise exponentially, the US, China and the EU have all been working on their respective sets of principles governing data usage. At our kick-off sessions in 2020, we’ll look at how China has developed its own legislative framework. Multinationals need to be privy to the latest regulations and enforcements in this area.

We’ll look at unpacking China’s Cybersecurity Law (CSL) with Forum Members to explore the level of cybersecurity preparedness and coordination with HQ as MNCs strive forward to globally comply and effectively compete in a bifurcated digital world.

Joining us to kick-off the discussion for CFO & Management Forum members on 15th is Puneet Kukreja, Deloitte China’s Chief Strategy Officer for Cyber and Digital Risk.

The commentators for the CEO Forum breakfast on January 17th are Kent Kedl, Senior Partner in Control Risks, Greater China and North Asia and Brinton Scott, Managing Partner, Winston & Strawn.

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