This members only session is part of CBBC's Digital China
member events programme.
China’s Cybersecurity Law was adopted in 2017, establishing a comprehensive legal framework for data security, followed by various regulations and measures released in the three years to refer the key requirements in CSL. On 27 April 2020, the Cyberspace Administration of China (“CAC”) together with 12 other bureaus, including the National Development and Reform Commission, jointly issued the Measures for Cyber Security Review, which will be officially implemented on 1 June, 2020. The measures put forward the core idea of taking Critical Information Infrastructure Operators (“CIIO”) as the starting point for reviewing, which reflects the trend of China’s cybersecurity review and supervision.
You are invited to attend the webinar organized by CBBC and LexisNexis to learn the latest regulatory trends and how company need to respond to it.
Date: June 24th, 9am - 10.30am (BST) / 4pm-5:30pm (CST)
16:00 – 16:05
16:05 – 16:35
Cybersecurity Obligations of ICT companies in P. R. China Prof. Shenkuo Wu, Professor, Beijing Normal University
16:35 – 17:05
Introduction to China’s Newly Released Cybersecurity Review Measures and Its Impacts Mr. Jihong Chen, Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm
Prof. Dr. Shenkuo WU
, specialized in the area of Cyber Law, Cybersecurity, Data Protection, Digital Economy and Cybercrime. Prof. WU is Attorney-at-Law and Professor at Beijing Normal University, Senior Consultant for United Nations Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Issues, Consultant of the Supreme Court of China, Head of Research Centre of Internet Society of China, as well as Director of Data Governance Committee of China Info 100.
Mr. Jihong CHEN as an equity partner of Zhong Lun Law Firm, has been practicing and providing legal services for a large number of international enterprises since 1996. He has participated in the research and legislation activities in China related to telecommunications and IT on many occasions, including the Cybersecurity Law, the Regulations for the Protection of Critical Information Infrastructure Security (Exposure Draft), personal information protection rules and related national rules of the People’s Republic of China. Mr. CHEN has published many cybersecurity and data protection related academic works including TMT Law Review, The Legal 500 along with a batch of publications. Mr. CHEN is now the deputy chairman of Cyber and High-tech Committee of All China Lawyers Association (ACLA). Mr. CHEN specializes in cybersecurity, data protection, telecoms, Internet, IP and other TMT matters. For years, Mr. CHEN was continuously highly recommended as one of the Best Chinese Lawyers by Chambers, Legal500, Legal Band, Asia law and other lawyer ranking agencies in Cybersecurity and TMT area.