Transferring e-commerce related data in and out of China? Which are the legal implications and the main cybersecurity risks?
Keeping up with the global regulatory framework can be intimidating for e-commerce businesses. There is a multitude of laws that an entity must implement when setting up an e-commerce business.
In this recording, extrapolated in the context of a 3-day global event focused on privacy and cybersecurity in the e-commerce industry, PrivacyRules invited highly experienced guest speakers and its cybersecurity and legal experts to discuss the most important regulatory and cybersecurity elements pertaining to an e-commerce business set up in the Asian countries.
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Session 1: E-commerce regulatory frameworks worldwide: an Asian, EU and US perspective
27:18 Akira Matsuda on “Transfering e-commerce related data in and out of China, Japan perspective and latest amendments”
40:23 Luca Egitto “E-commerce in the EU and GDPR: Selling online in the EU at the time of GDPR”
50:58 Michael Nitardy “A brief overview on Trends in US Privacy/Data Security law”
58:02 General question roundup on main requirements for e-commerce internationally
1:01:15 Concluding remarks
Session 2: Managing payment and supply chain cybersecurity risks in e-commerce
1:02:35 Introduction to session 2
1:05:13 Francis Chan with his analysis on “how e-commerce business has been developing and the new payment industry dynamics”
1:16:32 Introduction to case 1 scenario: how to support a fast-growing business
1:29:30 Introduction to case 2 scenario: fishing attack
1:41:17 Scenario 2 results
1:43:44 Scenario 3: data breach incident with online payment platforms
1:59:18 Event concluding remarks