Cyber Security Law in China, a comparison with the U.S. and what does it mean to
businesses operating in China
12:00-1:45pm. As the issuance of draft of the Cyber Security Law in July this year demonstrates, cyber security has become one of the hottest topics in China and top in the agenda for President Xi Jinping's first State visit. Although the law aims to make all key network infrastructure and information systems more secure and manageable, it has spurred discussions on the impact that may impose to businesses in China, especially on foreign and foreign-invested companies. How would the newly launched law affect businesses operating in the region? How does it compare to similar laws in the U.S.? Please join Ron Cheng, a Partner from O'Melveny & Myers LLP and former U.S.
federal cybercrime prosecutor, to explore China's Cyber Security Law, a comparison with the U.S., and how can the law impact on the way business is done in China. He will also discuss China's National Security Law, changes to the Criminal Law, as well as explore other related developments in light of the Xi's State visit to the U.S. O'Melveny & Myers LLP is one of the world's largest and oldest law firms that was founded in 1885. First 15-20 minutes is for networking Sandwiches and beverages included Hosted by the Law Committee
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong