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China has prioritized data protection, data privacy, and cybersecurity through a series of laws and regulations in the last five years. Taking effect on Nov 1, 2021, China’s historic Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) is a significant first for the country and poses a direct and far-reaching impact on the protection of personal information rights of individuals, as well as data privacy compliance of enterprises.
A few months passed since the implementation of PIPL. What are the real pain points for businesses in China and abroad in the compliance practice? What new challenges will the lately released security assessment measures for cross-border data transfer bring?
To help companies develop the most efficient strategies for their data compliance and prepare for the upcoming changes brought by new regulations, Partner and Head of IT & IS Services at Dezan Shira & Associates, Thomas Zhang, and International Business Advisory Manager Guilherme Campos discuss the core requirements of the regulations and share some of our best practices on how to ensure compliance, with a special focus on PIPL.
In this webinar:
Overview of the Cybersecurity Legal Framework
Key Considerations to be compliant with the PIPL
Case studies concerning PIPL
Future of China’s Data Protection Landscape
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