US-China Cybersecurity Regimes: Recent Developments and National Security Implications

Please join the US-China Business Council on Monday, November 26, for a discussion with Edward McNicholas, Partner and co-leader of Sidley’s Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, and Stephenie Gosnell Handler, Senior Associate in Hogan Lovells’ Cybersecurity and International Trade and Investment practices, for a discussion on the evolving US-China cybersecurity landscape, recent regulatory developments, and how national security concerns are impacting the US-China commercial relationship. 

China started rolling out cyber and data protection reforms in 2017, with the most recent set of rules outlining the government’s broad supervision and inspection authorities taking effect November 1. The US has recently moved to strengthen government review of foreign investment through the CFIUS process and export control procedures with an increasing focus on critical technologies, data protection and cybersecurity. In the context of on-going trade tensions, what do these regulatory reforms mean for US businesses? What are some of the main pitfalls? How should companies ensure compliance and prevent risk?

This event is for USCBC member companies and invited guests only. Registration is required.

Event Details

Monday, November 26, 2018 - 10:00am to 11:00am
US-China Business Council
1818 N. St. NW
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036
United States


Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - 5:00pm

Event Contact

Chynna Hawes
202-429-0340, ext. 240