Cybersecurity

15Jan2021

Data Breach Response: The first 24 hours

A data breach can be a crisis, but if you have a plan for the first 24 hour response, you can avoid making a drama out of a crisis. In this article, Pádraig Walsh from the Privacy and Cybersecurity practice group of Tanner De Witt…Read More

08Jan2021

Data Breach Response: The importance of training

In a crisis, you don’t rise to the level of your aspiration, you fall to the level of your training. In this article, Pádraig Walsh from the Privacy and Cybersecurity practice group of Tanner De Witt explains why training before a data breach occurs is…Read More

31Dec2020

Change is not coming: Further possible improvements to privacy protection in Hong Kong

Almost a year ago, the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, in collaboration with the Privacy Commissioner of Hong Kong, provided its report on recommended changes to personal data privacy law in Hong Kong. There were six key proposals, but also some omissions. In the final…Read More

18Dec2020

Data Breach Response: The importance of information security certifications

In every corner of the business world, people measure performance to benchmarks and standards. Information security is no different. In this article, Pádraig Walsh from the Privacy and Cybersecurity practice group of Tanner De Witt explains why certification for recognised information security standards supports an…Read More

11Dec2020

Data Breach Response: The importance of an incident response plan

Mike Tyson once said that everyone has a plan until they get hit. Plans are still important. Without a plan, you have worse problems. With a plan, you have a better chance to pick yourself up, dust yourself down, and get back in the race….Read More

02Dec2020

Hong Kong’s Position as a Data Centre Hub in Asia

Hong Kong has continued to experience significant investment in data centres in 2020, and has historically been at the forefront of data centre development and cloud readiness in Asia. In this article, Pádraig Walsh from the Technology practice group of Tanner De Witt reviews the…Read More

09Oct2020

Change is coming: Administrative fining powers of the Privacy Commissioner

On 20 January 2020, the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, in collaboration with the Privacy Commissioner of Hong Kong, provided its report on recommended changes to personal data privacy law in Hong Kong. In another in his series looking at the implications of the proposed…Read More

21Sep2020

Change is coming: Mandatory personal data retention policies

On 20 January 2020, the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, in collaboration with the Privacy Commissioner of Hong Kong, provided its report on recommended changes to personal data privacy law in Hong Kong. In another in his series looking at the implications of the proposed…Read More

11Sep2020

Change is coming: Proposed Mandatory Data Breach Notice Requirements in Hong Kong

On 20 January 2020, the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, in collaboration with the Privacy Commissioner of Hong Kong, provided its report on recommended changes to personal data privacy law in Hong Kong. In another in his series looking at the implications of the proposed…Read More

19Jun2020

Tanner De Witt sponsors Security Law & Compliance Conference series in Shanghai in June 2020

Tanner De Witt is pleased to support as Gold Sponsor this popular conference series in China. Corporate and Commercial solicitor Peter Tang is in Shanghai this week to attend The Annual China Cyber Security Law & Compliance Conference, The Annual China Intellectual Property Conference and The China…Read More