Legal Training for Non-legal Managers: Cybersecurity Compliance and Data Protection

Member Ticket: 3650 RMB

Non-Member Ticket: 4650 RMB

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This training will offer an overview of the current iteration of China's cybersecurity compliance and data protection framework, narrowing down onto a discussion of the essential regulatory considerations for undertaking the data security self-assessments required for all network operators.


Attendees will leave the training with a 'roadmap' towards cybersecurity and data compliance in China and a working understanding of the Multi-Level Protection Scheme (MLPS) 2.0, which will be essential for evaluating their status and then effectively implementing internal compliance best practices.



Benefits for the participants:

  • Participants start by learning the fundamentals of China's cybersecurity framework and how it might impact their essential business functions.
  • Participants gain an understanding of several key pieces of the framework which together make up the MLPS 2.0.
  • Through case studies and small group discussions, participants will gain insights and skills necessary for evaluating their company's data compliance footing and creating strategies to fill compliance gaps.


Session Outline

  • Trainer Introduction
  • Course Objective
  • Cybersecurity Landscape
  • MLPS 2.0
  • Impact/risk Assessments
  • Case Studies
  • Synthesize Roadmap
  • Wrap-up and Review


Who Should Attend?

Individuals with direct responsibility for data management (collection, processing, retention, transfer) within their company, including financial data, customer data, employee data, and more.


Since the Cybersecurity framework presents a new set of considerations and obligations that until recently have been dealt with in a cross-functional manner, this training should interest people in many different roles. 



  • 08:45 Registration & Networking
  • 09:00 Morning Session
  • 10:30 Morning Session Coffee Break
  • 10:45 Morning Session
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 Afternoon Session
  • 15:30 Afternoon Session Coffee Break
  • 15:45 Afternoon Session
  • 17:00 Session Ends

Refreshments and lunch will be served for the attendees.



Nathaniel Rushforth

Cybersecurity and Data Law Specialist at Da Wo Law Firm Shanghai


Nathaniel is an experienced American lawyer with a focus on cyber and data law. He has a background in computer science and engineering, and over 10 years of public and private legal experience, the last four of which have been in Shanghai.

Prior to entering legal practice, Nathaniel worked in software design and cybersecurity for a large multinational, a startup, and the US Government. In his current position as a cyber and data law specialist at DaWo Law Firm, he brings both these bodies of knowledge to bear while helping companies navigate the evolving cybersecurity compliance and data protection landscape in China and worldwide.


Dan Xu

Partner, Head of IP & Data Compliance Practice at DaWo Law Firm Shanghai

Dan Xu is a lawyer and heads DaWo Law Firm’s Intellectual Property & Data Compliance practice. She advises companies on matters related to trademark, copyright, patent, unfair competition, as well as general intellectual property strategy. She also offers counsel on commercial matters (distribution and franchising), advertising law, internet and e-commerce law, as well as data and privacy law.

Dan holds a bachelor’s degree from the Eastern China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai (China) and a master’s degree from Leiden University (the Netherlands).


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