China has recently promulgated a number of laws and regulations on cybersecurity and data protection. These upcoming laws and regulations lay down critical obligations for companies on cybersecurity maintenance and data compliance, which are closely related to companies' daily operations. Certain rules may substantially affect companies' business decisions on various issues, such as product design involving personal information processing, internal data processing process, selection of network equipment suppliers, onshore and offshore data processing arrangement, global data server deployment strategy and even IPO planning.
Through this seminar, Kate Yin and Gil Zhang from Fangda Partners will present their dissection and insight on China's recent data protection legislation, navigate companies through the regulatory trend in light of recent law enforcement practices, and share thoughtful ideas for data compliance of domestic and foreign companies and the establishment of supporting compliance systems before and after listing.
Fangda Partners will be covering:
- China's Data Security Law, Regulations on Protection of Critical Information Infrastructures, Personal Information Protection Law and Cyber Security Review Measures (revised draft for consultation), New regulations on archives management of overseas listing (Draft for comments)
- Cross-border data transfer and data localization
- Recent regulatory and law enforcement trend