The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional intergovernmental organization comprising ten countries in Southeast Asia; Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Brunei & Laos.
ASEAN has a population of 634 million, a combined GDP of US$2.55 trillion and is currently the sixth largest economy in the world with total trade amounting to US$3.7 trillion.
The regions expanding digital economy is pushing the ASEAN member states to harmonise their policies and rules.
One of the founding members of ASEAN, Singapore the city-state is acknowledged as a global business hub that features; developed infrastructure, political stability, open business policies, a skilled workforce, and the use of English as the main working language.
Multinational Corporations (MNCs) have been an important driver of Singapore's economic growth and Singapore now beats Hong Kong as the top Asian location for MNC headquarters.
Featuring leading global experts from the world of Privacy & Data Protection this event will attract 1,000 delegates for a two-day intensive event that will include workshops and breakout sessions alongside the Keynote Conference featuring top regulators and thought leaders.
Hosted at and produced in association with the Singapore Management University (SMU) there are just 14 opportunities for organisations to exhibit or sponsor this event.
Download our event booklet today, and one of our dedicated teams will be in touch to discuss the best opportunities for your organisation.
Topics to be discussed include:
Overview of Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) // Breaches, sanctions and enforcements to date // Global regulatory landscape // Cyber Crime and the threat landscape // Compliance in digital-marketing // Technology supporting compliance efforts // Incidence response strategies // Cross-border transfers of personal data // Pseudonimisation and Data Retention policies // Best practice for collaboration between departments // Privacy by Design // IoT in the Enterprise // View from the regulators