Partners In-House Counsel Club  •  Legal & Compliance

Legal Expert Guide to Data Breaches & Ransomware Attacks in Southeast Asia


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Join us for these very short country-focused talks to get a clear overview of the situation in your country.


The digital transformation experienced over the last number of years and greatly accelerated by COVID-19 has resulted in unprecedented global economic and societal shifts with more people moving towards online services and companies collecting ever increasing volumes of data. As ransomware attacks and data breaches have been on top news stories these days, we take this opportunity to look more closely at some of the main questions, concerns and legal considerations to be taken into account when cyber-criminals attack. At these sessions, our expert speakers will guide you through the best practices and processes to put in place to prevent, prepare and ready oneself for such incidents.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • Overview of situation in your jurisdiction;
  • Laws governing data breaches (if any) in your jurisdiction;
  • Cybersecurity best practices to be adopted by organizations in response to internal and external data breaches;
  • Guidance on how to best create, implement and refine a comprehensive data breach response plan; and
  • Steps which organizations can immediately take to be better prepared for an international data breach.

Join us for these very short country-focused talks to get a clear overview of the situation in your country. Each session will be specifically devoted to each country and its relevant and particularly noteworthy rules.

Don’t miss out on this crucial opportunity to learn key insights on data breaches and ransomware attacks in Southeast Asia!  

Register now for the country session you wish to attend! 



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