AmCham sincerely invites you to join the training “Potential Risks & Requirements of Cyber Security in the Process of Business Transformation during the COVID-19 Outbreak”
The world is in the spreading of COVID-19 epidemic, and the pace and order of world economic development are facing great challenges. The impact of the epidemic makes enterprises all over the world seek for the change of business model to ensure the sustainable vitalities. At present, “remote collaboration”, “business continuous operation”, “non-contact service” and “digital transformation” are hot topics in the transformation of enterprise operation mode. How to implement the transformation safely and controllably are problems faced by all enterprises.
In addition, after the promulgation of CSL, laws and regulations such as MLPS2.0 and personal information protection law have been implemented or will be implemented in succession. The relationship between requirements of CSL compliance and the intensity of supervision have always been a big problem for our member enterprises. How to make an efficient and reasonable information security compliance roadmap for member enterprises is also a concern for managers. At the same time, in the current era of mobile applications, telecommuting and business Interneting, endless news of information security events come out. We will use real cases to restore the details of the security events for you.
In order to enable member enterprises to understand more deeply the impact factors of the COVID-19 on enterprise safety management, the compliance requirements in China, and the whole picture of typical safety events, AmCham Southwest with Chongqing Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment and China-Britain Business Council has specially invited KPMG enterprise consulting guests to interpret the safety control ideas and compliance roadmap in the process of business transformation for us, and provide on-site presentation for member organizations to show the process of a typical security event.
- New service mode changes and corresponding network security challenges brought by COVID-19
- Risk response of remote work and collaboration
- How to protect the continuity of core business
- New security risks brought by non-contact service
- Security thinking in the digital era
2. Demonstrations of China’s cyber security compliance requirements and cyber security events
- Overall framework of China’s cyber security and information security compliance
- Analysis of key compliance requirements of cyber security
- How do typical security incidents happen for enterprises and individuals
- Time: 3:30-5:00PM, Friday, April 10th, 2020*Check-in: 3:20-3:30PM
- Form: Online and Offline Training
- *Offline Training Center：Unit 1708, 17th Floor, Office Tower 1, IFS, No. 1, Section 3 Hongxing Road, Jinjiang District, Chengdu. (You can also choose to join the online training and after your registration we will send you the guideline by e-mail.)
- Language: Chinese
- Price: Free for Members, 60 RMB/Non-Member
- Registration Deadline: 12:00AM, Friday, April 10th, 2020
Cyber Security Manager, KPMG China
More than 10 years of experience in information security, information system risk control and IT audit, and rich experience in security consulting, security assessment and risk management in the financial industry, operators, energy and other industries. Assist many industry customers to effectively strengthen the internal security management and border defense capabilities of the enterprise through the implementation of various management and control systems, and optimize the cost-effectiveness of risk management and control.
Cyber Security Senior Consultant, KPMG China
With 5 years of experience in the field of network security and attack defense confrontation, and rich experience in various sub fields of information security confrontation. Once engaged in security work in domestic security service companies, retail platforms and logistics industry, mainly including application system security testing, infrastructure security construction and business security confrontation.
Introduction to Member Company
KPMG Advisory (China) Limited Chengdu Branch
KPMG China operates in 27 cities across China, with around 12,000 partners and staff, providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. In 1992, KPMG became the first international accounting network to be granted a joint venture licence in mainland China. This early commitment to the China market, together with an unwavering focus on quality, has been the foundation for accumulated industry experience, and is reflected in the Chinese member firm’s appointment by some of China’s most prestigious companies.