FinnCham Beijing is delighted to invite you to this Cybersecurity and Personal Information Protection in Cross-Border Business webinar. China's data transfer landscape has been under discussions and speculations almost two years now due to new laws: Data Security Law and Personal Information Protection law, and the new measures of the Cybersecurity Law. They all came to force 2021, and some implementation instructions just in the end of last year. In this webinar the main focus is on Medical Device Industry, as Medical Device related companies often handle sensitive personal information. However, as these laws are not industry specific, compliance practices also from Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Autonomous Driving industries will be clarified in the webinar.
Our expert, Ms Catherine Liu, Partner in Grandall Law Firm, will cover following topics:
I Data Privacy Legislative System
(i) Basic legal system of data privacy in China
(ii) Legal system for compliance regulation in medical device industry
II Key Points of Data Compliance in Medical Device Industry
(i) Compliance subjects and obligations under the basic data privacy laws
(ii) Compliance requirements under special circumstances
(iii) Data compliance in medical device industry
• Collection of data
• Data flow and commercial development
• Data classification and hierarchical management
• Cross-Border transfer
• Security measures
III Compliance Practice in other Industries
(i) Compliance Practice in the AI industry
(ii) Compliance Practice in the Autonomous Driving industry
IV Suggestions/ Q&A
Date and time:
10-11 Finland time
FinnCham Member: Free
Non-Members: RMB 150
Webinar-link will be received upon registration.
About the speaker:
Catherine Liu, Partner, Grandall Law Firm (Beijing)
Ms. Liu obtained her LL.M from East China University of Political Science and Law and her LL.M from Georgetown University Law Center. Her practice areas cover cross-border investment, M&A, and international dispute resolution. Ms. Liu has extensive experience in foreign investors' investment in China and their daily compliance operation, her clients include government, multinational enterprises, state-owned enterprises and private equity. She is the co-author of "Analysis of New Regulations on Security Review of Foreign Investment in China" published in China Foreign Exchange, No. 6, 2021.
About Grandall Law Firm
Grandall is one of the largest full-service law firms in China. It has 35 offices in many major cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Kunming, Tianjin, Chengdu, Ningbo, Fuzhou, Xi'an, Nanjing, Nanning, Jinan, Chongqing, Suzhou, Changsha, Taiyuan, Wuhan, Guiyang, Urumqi, Zhengzhou, Shijiazhuang, Hefei, Hainan, Qingdao, Nanchang, Dalian, Yinchuan, Hong Kong, Paris, Madrid, Silicon Valley, Stockholm and New York. In July 2017, it initiated the establishment of the Belt and Road Legal Services Cooperation Platform consisting of nearly 40 law firms from more than 20 countries and regions.