Risk Management Series

Data Privacy, Frameworks and Data Sharing in Asia Pacific

New Seminar


Companies across Asia Pacific and the rest of the world are working with ever-increasing volumes of data and subsequently face both increased risk and opportunities. Regulations are increasing globally as data and technologies in use are more connected than ever.

As a result financial institutes have had to revisit and refresh operations and systems for data protection including frameworks, monitoring and in parallel are looking to move forward with enhanced data strategies.

This seminar provides an overview of the development and trends for data privacy frameworks, data protection and data sharing.


‧ The key updates on data privacy and protection within Asia Pacific
‧ The practical steps in these areas that financial institutes are implementing in their frameworks, business operations and technology
‧ The latest in data sharing techniques used cross-border and between financial institutes.

Who should attend

This seminar is suitable for COO, Compliance, Senior Management, Responsible Officers, Manager in Charge, Auditors, IT, Marketing and anyone with interest in data privacy, protection and data sharing.

Speaker/Course Instructor

Kristine CHUNG
Kristine is a Partner in PwC Hong Kong’s Risk Assurance practice. She provides a wide range of advisory and regulatory risk assessment services for multinational and local clients, both commercial and public sector focusing on a data privacy protection perspective. She has hands-on experience in the assessment of the privacy governance framework, privacy policy and the relevant privacy controls and processes adopted by companies in various industries. Kristine is also very familiar with the local personal data (privacy) requirements in Asia and has conducted several assessment projects against key Data Privacy principles.
Patrick is a Senior Manager in PwC’s data privacy practice. Patrick leads and delivers privacy, data discovery, analytics and security related assignments for many organisations. He has wide-ranging experience, having worked alongside numerous FTSE 100 organisations, as well as several HK institutions reviewing data, processes and controls.


Date & Time
Friday, 17 Jan 2020 (12:20PM - 1:20PM)
HKSI Institute Training Centre
New, Seminar
SFC:1.00, PWMA:1.00