Lexology is pleased to announce the 2022 Data Protection and Cybersecurity Masterclass – a focused 1.5-hour panel discussion designed to provide our international audience of senior in-house counsel and corporate compliance executives with a concise and engaging review of the latest developments across the key regional jurisdictions.
Data protection and cybersecurity regulations in different APAC jurisdictions have evolved and are creating impacts on various business sectors. In this coming intensive discussion, our regional experts will provide insights to formulate effective and secure data management and cybersecurity strategies.
Rohan Bagai is a partner with AZB & Partners at its Delhi office.
With over 14 years of experience, Rohan is part of AZB’s Corporate, FinTech & TMT practice. Rohan has a wide range of technology and financial services experience with a special focus on Payments and Privacy & Data Protection.
He regularly advises clients on legal, regulatory and compliance issues relating to the launch of digital, e-commerce and payment businesses.
He has advised clients on a host of legal issues relating to privacy and data protection under the Information Technology Act as well as the proposed Personal Data Protection Bill, including processing and cross-border transfer of sensitive personal data, data localization, handling of data disclosure requests from regulators, surveillance and data interception by governmental agencies etc.
Rohan has authored articles and India chapters for various esteemed publications including Lexology Getting the Deal Through and participated in panels at international & regional conferences including ITechLaw on emerging topics relating to FinTech & Data Privacy.
Ms. Marissa Dong is a partner at JunHe, a leading Chinese local based law firm with international sight. Since joining JunHe in 2004, she has been focusing on legal services in various areas including corporate merger & acquisition, telecommunication and internet, data protection, cybersecurity, and e-commerce. She assisted many multinational companies, foreign-invested enterprises and domestic enterprises in different sectors to solve a wide range of tricky legal issues with respect to establishment of companies and platforms, merger & acquisition, cooperation, compliance review, and crisis management.
Ms. Dong is one of the pioneer practitioners that expertise in data protection and digitalization in China. During her years of practice, she has assisted various retail companies, e-commerce companies, Internet companies, finance companies, manufacturing companies, and medical companies to manage matters in complicated merger & acquisition, e-commerce, cooperation arrangement, data collection, processing, security and cross-border transfer, and data breach crisis management. She also helps Chinese enterprises to conduct GDPR and CCPA compliance alongside EU and US lawyers. Ms. Dong has been recognized by several media as a recommended attorney in communication media and data protection law for several consecutive years.
Latham & Watkins
Kieran Donovan is a partner in the Data & Technology Transactions Practice in the Hong Kong office of Latham & Watkins. Mr. Donovan’s experience includes advising clients on complex cross-border commercial, outsourcing, technology, media, and privacy matters. Mr. Donovan has a wide range of expertise advising clients from various sectors, but his principal focus has been on the financial services, logistics, internet, technology, and entertainment industries. Alongside a broad specialism in technology and commercial matters, Mr. Donovan advises clients on fintech projects, with expertise advising on joint ventures, collaboration arrangements, and privacy compliance, in connection with the development of disruptive technologies in the financial services and payments space.
Holding Redlich (Sydney, Australia)
Angela has over 20 years’ corporate law experience in transactional and regulatory matters, with a focus on data, telecommunications, media and technology. Angela’s experience includes assisting clients in making submissions to government consultation processes on regulatory reform and providing advice to government agencies in investigations and regulatory enforcement (including regarding privacy regulation). Angela also advises corporates on competition, consumer protection and privacy issues relating to telecommunications, technology and ad tech, and assists corporates in establishing cyber security frameworks and privacy policies.
Before joining Holding Redlich, Angela was General Counsel and First Assistant Secretary at the Commonwealth Department of Communications and the Arts. She is currently a member of the auDA Licence Review Panel (auDA is Australia’s domain name administrator), an officer of the Communications Law Committee of the International Bar Association and a member of the Australian management committee for the International Institute of Communications, Australian Chapter.