What are the best ways enterprises can adapt to China’s new Cybersecurity Law?

On September 23, the 2017 General Counsel Summit (Shenzhen) was held by the Legal Guru Club in Shenzhen. Close to 100 legal professionals attended the event, which was characterised by lively discussions on topics including; risk & control in intellectual property, capital market development trends, and cybersecurity and information compliance.

PwC was proud to be one of the event sponsors and among the panellists leading discussions. Claire Qian, Risk Assurance Director of PwC China participated a closed-door round table discussion - Legal professional's future in the era of Artificial Intelligence. She introduced the trend from Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to Intelligence Process Automation (IPA), and also shared that PwC has already developed RPA software in Finance areas to help our clients to achieve cost reduction, quality improvement, and control and performance optimisation.

Samuel Sinn, PwC China Cybersecurity & Privacy Service Partner, shared insights regarding "the best approaches enterprises can take in adapting to the new Cybersecurity Law", providing fresh perspectives that added new dimensions to the concerns raised from a legal standpoint.

Mr. Sinn noted that in light of the new law, companies now need a pragmatic and customisable approach that enables them to effectively manage and complete all the necessary activities. To help companies gauge their requirements, the following questions have been arranged; 

PwC Cyber Security Services

PwC’s Cyber practice includes specialists in the areas of information security, forensic technology, business and technology resilience, cybercrime response, technology risk and controls, project and program management and operations. We help our clients understand dynamic cyber challenges, adapt and respond to risks inherent to their business ecosystem, and prioritize and protect the most valuable assets fundamental to their business strategy.

Working together, we help our clients in various aspects to combat against cyber threats:

  • Strategy, Governance & Management
  • Security Architecture & Services
  • Threat, Intelligence & Vulnerability Management
  • Information & Privacy Protection
  • Incident & Crisis Management
  • Risk & Compliance Management

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Samuel Sinn

Partner, PwC Hong Kong

Tel: +[86] (10) 6533 2937

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