13 October 2016

Cybersecurity - Global trends, threats and safeguards

Cyber-crime knows no borders. Increasingly businesses are facing cyber-threats and are having to tackle compliance issues on a multi-jurisdictional basis.

Data breaches are becoming a matter of daily headlines and the ability of organisations to respond to and recover from breaches is judged before the mass media.

King & Wood Mallesons partners, He Fang, Cheng Lim, Peter Bullock, James Walsh, Ian Hargreaves, Stefan Krüger and Michael Lawson, hosted a webinar comparing regimes and requirements and sharing expertise on how global institutions should address varying legislation, manage risk and respond to incidents.

Topics for discussion included:

  • A comparison of different regimes for data breach reporting
  • The EU's new Network & Information Security Directive
  • China's draft cybersecurity by-laws
  • Lessons learnt from recent incidents and breaches

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