Supported by the Innovation and Technology Committee
Julia Coym, Director, Control Risks
Paul Haswell, Technology Partner, Seyfarth Shaw
The Updated Cross-Border Data Transfer Regulatory Landscape
From September 1, China’s outbound data transfer security assessment measures will take effect, requiring certain transfers from China to destinations outside its borders to be subject to security reviews. The new measures are only part of a growing regulatory framework government outbound data transfers. An overall growing scrutiny of outbound data transfer themes raised in the CSL, DSL and PIPL, and increasing enforcement, is expected to complicate and raise compliance costs for many international businesses operating in China.
In this webinar, we are going to provide a detailed interpretation of Outbound Data Transfer Security Assessment Measures, update listeners on the cross-border data compliance landscape in China and discuss how organisations can mitigate existing and emerging risks.
About the speakers
Julia Coym leads Control Risks’ political and regulatory risk consulting team for Greater China and North Asia and is based in Shanghai. With 15 years’ experience in advising organisations on risk and corporate strategy, Julia specialises in responding to rising geopolitical risks, the politicisation of technology and data, industrial policy, and anti-competition, cyber security and other regulatory enforcement.
Before joining Control Risks, Julia worked as a Principal Political Risk Analyst for Maplecroft, a UK-based global risk and investment advisory firm, where she wrote and oversaw risk assessments on China and other Asian countries and focused on the manufacturing, extractive, transport, financial, retail and other sectors. She was also previously a contributor of political and economic analysis for the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Julia speaks Chinese, is a native German speaker, is fluent in French and has previous experience in Frankfurt, Washington, Paris, Beijing, London and Berlin.
Paul leads the Technology and Data practice at international law firm Seyfarth Shaw. He is a technology enthusiast with more than 20 years’ experience of advising clients on issues relating to the use and deployment of tech, data privacy and cybersecurity, new tech and cryptocurrency, and disputes. He has worked with large multinationals and SMEs across Asia, the United States and Europe.
Most recently he has been advising clients globally on the ambit and impact of new data laws in China, as well as possible amendments to the data privacy regime in Hong Kong. When not working with tech and law Paul is also a DJ, with a weekly music show on RTHK Radio 3.
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