On November 7, 2016 the Chinese government passed its controversial new cyber security law, which is set to come into effect in June 2017.

Companies with a business interest in China or handling data of Chinese customers will want to be aware of what these developments may mean for their organizations.

Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company recently partnered with O'Melveny & Meyers on a webinar, bringing together legal, cyber and forensics industry experts, to discuss China's new cybersecurity law and its potential impact on business.

Download the full one hour panel discussion to learn more. 

This webinar covers:

  • What parts of the law are likely to apply to a company with operations in China?
  • How does an internal investigation of a data breach in China differ from that elsewhere?
  • What does the law’s data localization requirement mean?
  • Is cyber insurance a viable option in China?
  • What kinds of cyber security products are available?
  • What are the relevant data security standards?


Ronald Cheng
Partner, O'Melveny & Myers

Walker Wallace
Managing Partner, O'Melveny & Myers

Paul Jackson
Managing Director, Stroz Friedberg, an Aon Company

Andrew Mahony
Regional Director, Financial Services & Professions Group, Aon Risk Solution