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China's recently implemented cybersecurity law, which is composed of six systems that form the Information and Technology Communications sector, establishes a comprehensive regulatory regime for cybersecurity, formalizes legal responsibilities for network operators and service providers, and develops regulatory supervision in a systematic way. The fourth system of the law is called "Personal Information and Important Data Protection System"and focuses on three categories: personal information, data transfer, and data management/governance.


The latest update of the law still lacked a clear guideline as to how companies are expected to implement and incorporate these new aspects of the law, leading to even more confusion on how to implement them in the context of foreign trade.


Join AmCham China to learn more about understanding, creating, and implementing a program that follows this new data protection regime within your firm from the contexts of US, European, and Chinese perspectives.

Agenda

1:45 PM

15 mins

Registration and Networking

2 PM

5 mins

Welcome & Introduction

2:05 PM

20 mins

China’s Data Protection System vs the European Union’s GDPR

2:25 PM

15 mins

From 'Personal Information Protection' to 'Data Governance'

2:40 PM

15 mins

Protecting Personal Information According to China's Cybersecurity Law

2:55 PM

15 mins

GDPR in Practice from the Perspective of a European Multinational

3:10 PM

30 mins

Moderated Panel Discussion

3:40 PM

4 PM

Audience Q&A

Speakers

  • Samm Sacks (Senior Fellow, Technology Policy Program at CSIS)

    Samm Sacks

    Senior Fellow, Technology Policy Program at CSIS

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  • Rong Wang (Senior Expert at Tencent Research Institute)

    Rong Wang

    Senior Expert at Tencent Research Institute

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  • Yanzhe He (Director of Review at China Electronics Technology Standardization Institute Information Security Research Center)

    Yanzhe He

    Director of Review at China Electronics Technology Standardization Institute Information Security Research Center

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  • Joanna Mao (Deputy Director of United States Information Technology Office (USITO))

    Joanna Mao

    Deputy Director of United States Information Technology Office (USITO)

    http://www.usito.org/
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  • Wei Ding (Senior Director of Oracle (China) Software Systems Co., Ltd.)

    Wei Ding

    Senior Director of Oracle (China) Software Systems Co., Ltd.

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  • Lisson Zhang (Standardization Oficer at Philips)

    Lisson Zhang

    Standardization Oficer at Philips

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