Webinar: Final Call for China’s Cybersecurity Law Compliance
November 27 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Final Call for China’s Cybersecurity Law Compliance
December 2018 marks the end of the transition period for the Chinese Cybersecurity Law (CSL). That means the period of grace for international companies in China regarding CSL compliance will soon come to an end.
First enacted on 7.11.2016 and commenced on 1.6.2017, the Cybersecurity Law (CSL) is the centerpiece for cybersecurity legislation in China. Consisting of 79 articles in seven chapters, the Cybersecurity Law is wide in scope, and brings with it a plethora of regulations on internet security, protection of private and sensitive information, and safeguards for national cyberspace sovereignty and security, a core concept of Chinese internet regulators.
The Law has wide-ranging consequences for all enterprises that use computer networks or information systems in their operations between China and the rest of the world. This means, that basically every modern business with dealings in China is affected by the Cybersecurity Law.
Whether you are hosting a website, running a cross-border corporate network, or just send emails to partners outside of China, the Cybersecurity Law affects YOU!
Ecovis Beijing has built wide-ranging expertise in data protection and data security and is the trusted legal expert and professional consultant for over 400 companies operating in China.
On November 27, Ecovis Beijing will host a China Cybersecurity Law webinar, where Mr. Andre Baum, our data protection officer and cybersecurity analyst, will give an overview of the legislation journey of the CSL, its goals, consequences of non-compliance as well as the impacts on your business in China. Moreover, Mr. Baum will provide practical examples and considerations to help you minimize risks and ensure your compliance in the Chinese cyberspace 2.0.
- Laws and regulations
- Telecommunication service
- Critical Information Infrastructure Operator (CIIO)
- Personal Data Security
- Case studies: German companies with subsidiaries in China
- Case studies: Chinese companies with subsidiaries in Germany
- Practical guidance
Who should attend
- Chinese companies and organizations
- German or European companies or organizations in general with subsidiaries in China
About the webinar
Speaker: Mr. Andre Baum
Time: 10 A.M. (German time)
Webinar cost: free
For registration, please send us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to have you there!