Special Report: Cybersecurity & Data Privacy
29 August 2019
When the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018, it was a shot in the arm for many Asian nations already devising and revising their own data privacy and cybersecurity regulations. Fast forward one year, and the conversation around data issues in Asia is now dominated by domestic issues, as agencies such as Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) and the Philippine’s National Privacy Commission (NPC) rewrite the data privacy rulebook for the digital age.
This special report highlights PaRR’s cybersecurity and data privacy coverage across the region. Our exclusive reporting delves into a host of hot-button issues such as the impact of the Sino-US trade war on cross-border data flows; the interplay between data and competition regulation in Japan; regulatory obstacles in Taiwan; and the Hong Kong privacy czar’s view on blockchain. Our dedicated team of reporters across Asia speak directly to the government agencies and officials grappling with emerging and evolving data privacy issues to give readers exclusive insight and intelligence on key developments in this fluid environment. Our proprietary news, data and analysis gives subscribers a competitive advantage to navigate the uncertain road ahead.