European law firm Fieldfisher has joined forces with innovative Australian legal technology company Lawcadia to launch a 24-hour data breach notification assessment platform for all organisations with UK and EU data assets subject to GDPR and UK GDPR. The UK-headquartered firm, which advises clients from its 26 offices in […]
India created history when the Lander Module (LM) of the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) third lunar mission Chandrayaan-3, launched on July 14, made a successful landing on the Moon’s surface on August 23, making India only the fourth country after the erstwhile USSR, the U.S. […]
Gadens launches digital workflow tool to help organisations navigate legal obligations during a cyber attack
National law firm Gadens has released a first-of-its-kind cyber incident manager. To navigate the legal reporting obligations of businesses during a cyber breach. The digital workflow tool steps a user through issues and ramifications. It reduces the complexity and time required to investigate and report potential […]
Singapore’s Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) has launched a public consultation on two proposed codes of practice, a code of practice for online safety and a content code for social media services, which will impose requirements on social media services to ensure the online safety […]
By Attorneys Naytiwut Jamallsawat & John Formichella Background The Thai Cabinet, on May 19, 2020, approved a Royal Decree on Organizations and Businesses which shall be exempted from compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562 (2019) (“Royal Decree“) to delay the enforcement date of the Personal […]
Thailand has rapidly grown its digital economy, and has made a concerted push towards technological innovation. As technology has evolved within the country, however, so has the threat of cybersecurity issues.
The Malaysian Parliament has passed several cyber-related laws since 1997. However, many of these laws have never been revised or amended since their enactment. This article touches on the relevant legislations to be amended and revised by the Government to protect the cyber realm in Malaysia.
As Wong Joon Ian has reported in The Business Times: “The future of money is built in Asia” — noting that in excess of $1.8 billion dollars in cryptocurrencies are traded on Asian exchanges ever day — representing almost 60% of the world’s daily crypto trade […]
With the development of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the application of digital technologies for providing financial services has become the key driver in promoting financial inclusion. However, the industry’s growth will not only depend on investments, new technologies, or smartphone penetration, but will also require a […]
The Indian economy is heading for a slowdown as growth forecasts are flat or lowered. The laws pending for approval before the general elections are now in focus. Data localization concerns are rising with the data protection related proposed legislations due to be passed law soon. […]
Australia’s whistle-blowing laws and program launches on July 1st 2019. The expanded corporate whistle-blowing program provides Australian employees with potentially the highest level of disclosure protection globally. Likewise, Australian employers will likely be setting a new standard. Thank you Mark Schroeder for sponsoring this post. While companies will […]
If your company employs in China, your ethics line should also be hosted and managed locally. Deloitte Legal 勤理recently launched a China based ethics hotline, helping our clients in China to uphold a culture of ethics and integrity as well as best practices in risk management, […]