Data regulation has increased in recent years. In this article, specific regulations and their impact on Hong Kong businesses are discussed. This resource was produced in April 2020.
This article explores how increased opportunities and regulation surrounding data has impacted Hong Kong businesses. This resource was produced in March 2019.
There are a variety of reasons why companies move their data to the Cloud. In this article, issues with software asset management, use of external electronic data storage, and IT teams capabilities are discussed for Hong Kong-based companies. This resource was produced in December 2019.
In this article, Hong Kong's developing drone regulations are discussed. Since the proliferation of inexpensive materials and applicable projects are skyrocketing, Hong Kong is reckoning with rapid advancement in this technology sector. This resource was produced in 2019.
Digital identities are a set of attributes that can allow an individual to be represented in a digital form in a online environment. In this article, in-house counsel will learn the basics of how digital identities interact and why they're so important in a global environment. This resource was published in March 2019.
Explore ACC's selection of global, regional, and country-focused resources to help in-house counsel navigate legal, business and career issues arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus / 2019-nCov) crisis.
Data breaches happen to companies across the globe. In this article, in-house counsel can learn how to plot a successful plan that will protect their company's data. Each section of this article is dedicated to a specific country or region including Hong Kong, China, Europe and the United States. This resource was published by Meritas in 2019.
In this Top Ten, learn tips as to how to organize your data protection practices. Now more than ever, companies are under pressure to create, implement, and maintain effective data protection plans.
New security measures to protect company's information are being tested throughout the world. With General Data Protection (GDPR), employees have a right to see where privacy and security meet. In this article, new security measures are discussed within the frame of GDPR.
Relying on the status quo to understand large-scale unstructured data is risky. It’s also potentially time-consuming and expensive. Today, AI can completely and reliably automate the low value work of PI identification in document review and reduce risk. It lets cybersecurity practitioners like me provide more accurate, less costly, and less risk-laden results to clients.
Industry experts engage with corporate counsel and explain some basic concepts of Blockchain and how it affects their practice.
The 2020 edition of ACC's in-depth study of chief legal officers and general counsel builds on responses from 1,007 participants in organizations spanning 20 industries and 47 countries. The report contains key insights on the role of the CLO and the legal department.
AI poses uncharted problems in the areas of compliance, liability, intellectual property, product development, and antitrust. Increasingly General Counsel are called upon to guide boards, C-suites, co-workers, and the public through new ethical and legal complications about targeting customer sets, diligence on supply chain partners, personnel decisions, and risk. AI, and the politics around it, adds new layers of complexity to the very challenging role of the General Counsel.
Blockchain technology can be an innovative tool for processing personal data — as long as it’s being used in a manner compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
With the California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) going into effect in 2020, here’s what US in-house counsel should consider when creating data policies.
Technology and collaboration tools are always changing. In-house counsel need to make it as easy as possible for business people to understand what it means to comply.
As data breach duties and consumer privacy rights become more pronounced, it is imperative to understand your customers’ expectations.
Discover how to expedite complex reviews and respond to common contracting issues that often arise with data security addendums.
Cloud computing allows us to easily store data without physical storage devices, helping to reduce the carbon footprint. But environmental issues from cloud data centers makes this a mixed blessing.
We know businesses can’t do it all. But when using vendors to meet your commercial or client needs, make sure you’re aware of the risks at all stages.
This article outlines the technology apps Tech Toolbox Columnist Gregory Stern used to get words on a page, which can be a serious roadblock for any writer, no matter how experienced or skilled.
As digital transformation initiatives continue to drive the business world, legal departments are often woefully unprepared. However, there are measures that can be taken to lessen the blow.
Recent privacy laws stand to offer new protections for consumers and more headaches for those adhering to the compliance requirements. Learn key strategies and tools you can use to better implement the new privacy mandates.
In an exclusive interview, the National Association of Corporate Directors’ general counsel and special advisor on cybersecurity discuss the in-house counsel’s role in helping companies effectively prepare against cyber risks.
In-house counsel can play a vital role in their company’s blockchain pilot program. And as a cross-functional advocate working with senior leadership, you will be responsible for ensuring smoother digital operations.
To do our jobs as in-house counsel well, ACC Chair Simon Fish stresses that we must keep up with trends within the global business community, especially those tied to evolving legislation and technology.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding insurance and reinsurance across a range of jurisdictions.