With breaches of company and personal data becoming more prevalent, companies are seeking new ways to enhance their cyber-security measures. The situation is becoming more complex in China, where the government has introduced a range of different cyber-security laws and regulations over the last several years. Many international companies have been caught out with regulations relating to issues such as data localisation and surveillance adversely effecting international businesses.
Join us for an event NOT to be missed on cyber security hosted by The British Chamber of Commerce in China and the China Britain Business Council, along with Hill, Smith, Freehills.
James Gong Senior Associate
James has extensive experience in advising on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private equity and corporate finance transactions, and general corporate and regulatory issues. James is specialized in technology, media, and telecommunications and intellectual property. He has advised a number of reputable clients on cyber security and data protection issues and is frequently quoted on the media.
Frank Xiao Director
Management Consulting KPMG
Frank is leading KPMG’s Cyber Security Consulting Service in Northern China. Frank has over 10 years’ experience in Cyber Security field and owns extensive experience in enterprise security architecture, security governance and compliance management, privacy protection, data leakage prevention. Frank is assisting some MNC clients to conduct China Cyber Security Law compliance management project. Frank is one of the people who work on information security field earliest in Mainland China. He has close connections with major regulatory authorities, research institutes, security vendors and partners.
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