O’Melveny Partner Ronald Cheng to Speak at AmCham Shanghai on Implementation of China’s Cyber Security LawSeptember 11, 2017
O’Melveny partner Ronald Cheng will be a featured speaker at AmCham Shanghai on the implementation of the Cyber Security Law on September 11 from 11:30 to 14:00 at the Portman Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
Although the Cyber Security Law went into effect on June 1, many of its provisions remain unclear. To provide more clarity, Cheng, jointly with Kroll Hong Kong’s managing director Paul Jackson, will discuss recent enforcement and regulatory actions in connection with the law, and will provide information on how companies could prepare to comply with the law. The presenters will touch on:
- VPN access issues and internet entry service market
- Critical information infrastructure operators
- Cross-border data transfers/data localization
- Interim security review for network products and services
The full agenda for the seminar is available here.
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