Venue : The Co. Duxton 99 Duxton Road, Singapore 089543
Event Start Date : Thursday 24 May 2018
Event End Date : Thursday 24 May 2018
Event Start Time : 05:00 pm
Event End Time : 07:00 pm
Registration Start Date : Thursday 19 April 2018
Registration End Date : Thursday 24 May 2018
Cyber and data risks remain one of the largest challenges for legal teams in Asia Pacific. From the emergence of national cyber security laws and regional data privacy and protection regulations, to geopolitically driven social media hacks and fake news stories , cyber is now top of senior counsels’ agenda.
Governments around the world are reacting by making changes to the way digital information is managed. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), one of the most important changes in data privacy regulation in 20 years, is dominating the headlines. Closer to home, China, Singapore and Australia have all enacted laws pertaining to cyber security, with supporting regulations continually evolving. Unfortunately, the approaches taken by the various regulators are not uniform, posing challenges for organisations as to how they collect, manage and process their data across multiple jurisdictions.
Please join Jim Fitzsimmons, Director of Cyber Consulting at Control Risks, who will answer key questions on the minds of senior counsels in Asia Pacific with respect to the changing digital risk landscape, including:
Who Should Attend?
SCCA members with compliance, crisis management, data privacy and protection, information security and cyber risk in their portfolio.
5:00pm – 5:30pm Registration & Networking
5:30pm – 6:30pm Presentation on Cyber and Data Risks in China and Asia Pacific
6:30pm – 7:00pm Q&A
*This seminar is stricty for in-house counsel only.
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