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Recorded Seminar: Data Privacy Regulation in Asia – A Practical Way Forward to Compliance
Hogan Lovells data protection lawyers Mark Parsons and Eugene Low recently hosted in-person seminars at Hogan Lovells’ offices in Hong Kong to take stock of where Asia is in terms of data privacy regulation, and to help chart a roadmap to compliance. The focus of these discussions was on identifying “hot spots” for businesses operating across the region and pointing to practical measures and points of prioritisation. The discussions also considered steps to be taken to prepare for and react to data breach events, with a seasoned view of regulatory attitudes and approaches to enforcement and remediation.
To access a video recording of Data Privacy Regulation in Asia – A Practical Way Forward to Compliance, click here.
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