Navigating China's new cross-border data transfer rules and responding to cyber and data incidents

Recently introduced personal information protection and cross border transfer laws and measures in China are creating uncertainties and new challenges for international and China based corporates who need to process China related data or handle cross border data transfers. Businesses need to continue to look for ways to navigate the new legal, compliance and infrastructure requirements.

The increase in cyber frauds (ransomware, business email frauds) and data breach incidents across the region are also posing compliance, prevention and reputational headaches for corporates.

In this panel discussion jointly led by subject experts from DLA Piper and Patrick Yu, GM, SVP and Senior Partner at FleishmanHillard Hong Kong, we will be discussing:

  • the risks of failing to comply with the new data laws and measures, and the opportunities for businesses that plan properly
  • how a business may broaden its compliance program, carry out proactive compliance assessment, and implement proactive protocols
  • the need for cyber security planning and prevention, and ultimately, how to respond to an incident including steps to alleviate reputational risks

Please join our panelists for what promises to be an insightful discussion.

Date: Wednesday, 14 September 2022

Time: 4:30pm – 5:30pm HKT


Limited seats are available to attend this event in DLA Piper Hong Kong Central office – confirmation with venue detail will be provided in due course. We also welcome you to join us virtually with joining instruction to be provided closer to date.

Click here to register for the session now!