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China's Measures for Cybersecurity Review (The "Measures") went into effect on June 1, 2020. According to the Measures, service carriers of critical information infrastructure should conduct cybersecurity reviews when purchasing network products and services that affect or may affect national security. These measures provide an important institutional guarantee for China to conduct cybersecurity review. Therefore, relevant enterprises and stakeholders should have thorough understanding about the newly implemented Measures for Cybersecurity Review and appropriate compliance measures accordingly. Given the significance of the Measures and the level of impact it would bring to our members from various sectors, AmCham China ICT Forum feels obliged to provide an in-depth briefing from legal perspective for our business community fellows to have more insights into the following aspects of the Measures:


• Legislation evolution

• Major changes

• Compliance

• Focus discussion


*Please note, this webinar will be conducted in Chinese.

Agenda

2:30 PM - 2:35 PM
Sign-in
2:35 PM - 2:40 PM
Opening Remarks
Co-Chair of ICT Forum
2:40 PM - 3:25 PM
Presentation
3:25 PM - 4 PM
Q&A
Moderated by Co-Chair of ICT Forum

Speakers

  • Jihong Chen (Guest Speaker at ICT Forum)

    Jihong Chen

    Guest Speaker at ICT Forum

    Guest Speaker invited by Co-chairs of ICT Forum.

    Mr. Jihong CHEN as an equity partner of Zhong Lun Law Firm, has been practicing and providing legal services for a large number of international enterprises since 1996. He has participated in the research and legislation activities in China related to telecommunications and IT on many occasions, including the Cybersecurity Law, the Regulations for the Protection of Critical Information Infrastructure Security (Exposure Draft), personal information protection rules and related national rules of the People’s Republic of China. Mr. CHEN has published many cybersecurity and data protection related academic works including TMT Law Review, The Legal 500 along with a batch of publications. Mr. CHEN is now the deputy chairman of Cyber and High-tech Committee of All China Lawyers Association ("ACLA").

    Mr CHEN specializes in cybersecurity, data protection, telecoms, Internet, IP and other TMT matters. For years, Mr. CHEN was continuously highly recommended as one of the Best Chinese Lawyers by Chambers, Legal500, Legal Band, Asia law and other lawyer ranking agencies in Cybersecurity and TMT area.

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  • Wei Ding (Senior Director, Standards Strategy & Policy of Oracle China)

    Wei Ding

    Senior Director, Standards Strategy & Policy of Oracle China

    Dr. Ding Wei is Senior Director, Standards Strategy and Policy, Oracle China. He is working on technical standard setting, standards strategy planning and policy affairs in the field of Information and Communication Technology Industry for about two decades, where he builds strong knowledge and strategic vision in the interactions among cooperation and competition within ICT industry..

    Dr. Ding is an invited expert member in the Cloud Computing Advisory Committee, China Institute of Electronics; Advisor to the Code of Conduct policy setting for Consortia Standardization, Standardization Administration of China; Member of Standardization Advisory Committee, Beijing Municipal government; Chair of Telco Cloud and Internet WG, United States Information Technology Office; Co-Chair of Information Technology Industry Forum, American Chamber of China.

    Before joining Oracle, he worked in the Department of Technical Standards and Policy in Intel and Sun Microsystems, respectively. In the years before going to private company, Ding Wei was Associate Professor, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University and Lecturer in Dept. of E-commerce, Nanjing University.

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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/

    Joanna Mao joined the United States Information Technology Office (USITO) in September 2015 serving as its Deputy Managing Director. Prior to that, Joanna was employed with Lenovo, Intel, A.P. Muller. Maersk, Microsoft and Ogilvy & Mather. She has 17 years of marketing, communication and partner management experience in the information technology sector, and while serving as spokeswoman, oversaw government affairs in North Asia. Joanna was once in investment banking, providing counseling for Chinese companies seeking overseas listings while serving for ING Baring.

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Member Price RMB 50
Other Forum members
Member Price RMB 100
Employee of Member Company
Standard Price RMB 150
Non-Members
Standard Price RMB 300

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