China’s much anticipated new Cyber Security law (CSL) came into effect in on June 1, 2017. At the time of its publication, it was unclear who was subject to the new law and what exactly was covered. Almost a year on and the law remains vague but there have been several key developments.
Come and join us as we hear from Ben Wootliff, Partner, Cyber Security at Control Risks, to understand recent developments, the implications for business in Hong Kong and also the opportunity to ask questions about issues of concern to your business.
Key topics for discussion:
- What is the impact of the new China Cybersecurity law (CSL) on business
- What multinationals are doing in response to the changing environment
- What new regulations are emerging to support the Cyber Security law
- What enforcement activity is going on and what are the key targets
Ben Wootliff - Partner, Control Risks
Ben Wootliff is head of Control Risks Cyber Security practice in Asia. In addition to managing cyber security projects for clients, and developing methodologies and product offerings, Ben leads the cyber security strategy for Control Risks in Asia.
Prior to this Ben was the General Manager of Control Risks Hong Kong where he had oversight of a range of investigative, crisis and security management, and political risk projects. He has also managed corporate investigations teams in Europe and Asia, including managing the corporate investigations business in Greater China and North Asia.
Please join us for an interactive session, meet fellow like-minded professionals and keep up to date with China's cyber security law.