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US Data Privacy Legal Developments and Impacts in Taiwan

AmCham Technology Committee Event

Corporate data assets are under siege by threats of unauthorized use, access, and theft from disgruntled employees, hackers, cybercriminals, traditional criminal syndicates, and even nation-states. It is not a question of if a company will face a data security breach, but when.

Companies already struggle to devote limited resources to IT. However, the EU GDPR data privacy reboot is forcing companies to re-calibrate and expend additional resources to meet the new regulatory requirements for protecting personal data.

Mr. Ubias will offer an overview of United States data privacy law and legal trends, and how those will impact Taiwan companies. To help companies address developing legal requirements, Mr. Ubias will describe best practices on written policies and procedures, contract clauses, 3rd party diligence, and incident response plans.

About the Speaker

Eric Ubias

Managing Partner, Ubias Law PLLC 

Eric Ubias is Managing Partner of Ubias Law PLLC. Mr. Ubias has been working at the forefront of cross-border data privacy issues for more than a decade, first at Latham & Watkins LLP and then at the trade law boutique Akrivis Law PLLC. His experience covers a wide range of data privacy considerations in the US, Europe and Asia, particularly in the context of investigations by US federal authorities.

Contact Person: Mia Shih (02) 2718-8226 ext. 311 / [email protected]

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July 25, 2019 (Thursday)
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
 (Taiwan time, UTC+8)
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AmCham Taipei, Lincoln Room / 台北市美國商會 林肯廳
602, 6F, No. 129, Minsheng E. Rd, Sec 3, Taipei / 台北市民生東路三段129號6樓602室
松山區, 臺北市 Taipei City 105 Taiwan
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