PrivacyRules and Zhong Lun (China) held an e-conference on data breach management for multinational companies on 8 July 2020. Legal and cybersecurity experts from three continents debated the topic, during which PrivacyRules also introduced its upcoming global data breach prevention and response mechanism.
PrivacyRules Chinese founding member from Zhong Lun, Jihong Chen, outlined Chinese legal requirements for privacy compliance and data breach response. The e-conference offered specific insights on an interesting case study related to a suspect data breach against a Chinese multinational company that applies AI to its industrial processes. The first session of the e-conference saw the analysis of top legal advisors Michael Nitardy from Frost Brown Todd in the USA, Volker Wodianka from SKW Schwarz in Germany, Yingyu Wang from Taylor Vinters Via in Singapore, and Akira Matsuda from Iwata Godo in Japan. The second session was focused on cybersecurity solutions to protect data, with the participation of PrivacyRules founding tech expert Ken Morris from KnectIQ, as well as Mark Whittley from Blackpanda and Kevin Lee from Horangi.
Nearly 200 participants, including representatives of the largest multinational companies operating from and in China, attended the event.