Our Deep Dive on China's Digital Policies
Who will benefit from this Deep Dive?
Officials in government and international organizations
Private sector public policy teams
People responsible for formulating and executing public policy outcomes for their companies with respect to data governance, privacy, cybersecurity as well as complying with cyber regulations in China and global markets, addressing barriers to cross-border data flows and seeking interoperability that enables data flows between countries.
Non-government organizations and non-profits
Here is what you will learn
Learn about the Chinese leadership’s approach to data governance by examining the motivations behind and practical implications of a sprawling framework that includes the Cybersecurity Law, Personal Information Protection Law, Data Security Law, as well as rules for data exchanges, data classification, and critical information infrastructure.
We will analyze a debate unfolding inside China’s political system over the meaning of data ownership, consumer privacy, and state access to data.
Understand why Washington and Beijing are seeking to cut off access to data from the other, and the policy tools at play.
We will discuss how the EU, UK, India, Japan, and others are responding to China’s data governance regime, looking at the global landscape in which the U.S.-China data conflict is unfolding.
Dates: To be announced shortly. Register below to be notified once enrollment opens
Format and Content
- Two week course
- No need to take time off from work - content is released every couple of days so you can watch at your own pace
- Three live/synchronous expert lectures that are recorded if you cant make them.
- Group discussion and exercises with participants
- A Policyware certificate in China's Digital Policies