Cybersecurity, data protection and transfer are critical issues for businesses when trading across international borders. Many businesses now operate business models that rely on the ability to process, store and transfer customer data. European SMEs have largely adapted to GDPR and other national data privacy laws, while an increased awareness of cybersecurity threats have also encouraged business to take stronger measures to improve cybersecurity and protect customer data.
The basic legal framework for cybersecurity and data protection in China was completed in 2021, with the issuance of the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) and the Data Security Law (DSL) – in addition to the previous Cybersecurity Law enacted in 2017. Other department rules and standards are also being drafted, outlining different levels of risk for data, stipulating provisions for data collection and storage, and indicating the conditions and criteria for the transfer of data across borders. These pose significant technical challenges to European SMEs in terms of adjusting their cloud infrastructure and ensuring the continuity of their cross-border operations.
Join the webinar "Cybersecurity and Data Protection in China: Compliance: Challenges and Tips", organized by the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) together with the EU SME Centre on May 24th, 2022 from 4:00 to 5:30 pm, to get an update on the most recent regulatory developments in the field of cybersecurity and data protection. It will then explore the key challenges affecting EU companies, and provide a series of tips based on practical experience and case studies.
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The event will be in English. It is open to the participation of all interested EU SMEs, consulates and business support organisations. Participation is free for all participants.
Format: Online (Zoom); Offline in Guangzhou, CICC office (The offline event will be depending on the pandemic situation; detailed address will be provided upon confirmation of the registration).
Note: the Zoom link will be shared to registered participants, by email, 1 day before the webinar starts. For the offline venue, only a limited number of seats will be available, and will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis. The event organisers will confirm availability of seats directly with interested offline participants.
16:00 - 16:10 Intros
16:10 - 16:40 Recent regulatory updates in the field of cybersecurity and data protection
Valentino Lucini, Lawyer at Wang Jing & GH Law Firm
16:40 - 17:10 Challenges and tips for EU companies on IT infrastructure and cloud solutions
Simone Ciampi, General Manager of Exprivia China
17:10 - 17:30 Q&A
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About the Speakers
Lawyer, WANG JING & GH LAW FIRM
Mr. Lucini is an Italian and Spanish lawyer working for a top-tier Chinese Law Firm for almost ten years. He is experienced in cyber-security, TMT, technology transfer, AI, IoT, cross-boarder M&A projects, and foreign investment cases including setting up legal entities in China, Italy, and Spain, and preparing cross-border contracts and transactions. In 2021, Mr. Lucini was appointed Arbitrator before the Hainan Arbitration Court.
Mr. Lucini is also Vice-Chair of the Next Generation Committee of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association in which he participated as a panelist in important lectures and seminars regarding innovation and the legal profession including the application of innovative methodology as Design Thinking to the law. Mr. Lucini is also an experienced negotiator having attended the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation and assisted foreign and local clients in high-stakes negotiations with Chinese authorities and private corporates involving million-dollar projects. Mr. Lucini obtained a Master in Law (LLM) at the University of California at Berkeley and two certificates of specialization in Technology Law and Business Law. Mr. Lucini is CIPP-E certified (GDPR compliance). Spoken languages: Italian, Chinese (Mandarin), English, and Spanish
General Manager, Exprivia China
Simone Ciampi is the General Manager of Exprivia IT Solutions (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. Simone has been living and working in China for more than 10 years and he has a broad experience in Information Technology and ERP/SAP integrated systems.
Exprivia IT Solutions, a leading Italian company in the ICT market and a technological partner for your business in China, is specialized in IT Infrastructure, Cloud Solutions and ERP/SAP projects, and maintenance contracts for the Chinese market.