Impact on the Global ICT Industry of China's "Secure and Controllable" Policies

Governments worldwide have elevated network and information security to the highest priority, but are taking very different approaches. Responses range from bolstering of public-private partnerships and information sharing on one end of the spectrum, to programs for replacement of foreign technologies and restrictions on Internet access and data flows on the other side. China's approach has included implementation of "secure and controllable" policies that emphasize the use and development of "indigenous technology." But striking the correct balance between security and an open, dynamic, interoperable Internet that drives innovation and economic growth is not an easy task. 

AmCham China’s Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Forum and the US Information Technology Office (USITO) bring together a uniquely qualified panel of policy and industry experts to discuss these emerging policy trends and the potential impact on businesses in China and around the world. The discussion will cover business challenges and opportunities in relation to the increasing restrictions on ICT products and services.

 

Date: Tuesday, June 9, 2015

         9:30:00-10:00pm Registration

         10:00-11:30pm Presentation and Q&A

 

Speakers:

David Sung, VMware Vice President & President of Greater China


John Zhao, GA Head, Symantec


Hugo Zhang, GA Director, RELX


He Jing, Cofounder, Anjie Law Firm


Jonathan S. Kallmer, Senior Vice President, Global Policy, Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)

 

Moderator: Matt Roberts, President of USITO

 

Venue:

Music Room, Capital Club
50/F. Capital Mansion, No. 6 Xin Yuan Nan Road, Chao Yang District, Beijing


京城俱乐部,音乐厅
北京朝阳区新源南路6号,京城大厦50层

 

Fee: 200RMB for Members/400RMB for Non-Members

 

This event is off-the-record.

 

For registration, please contact: Tina Zhang, Tel: (8610) 8429 9070-11, Email: ftzhang@usito.org.

For more information, please contact: Sophie Ren, Tel: (8610) 8519 0863, Email: sren@amchamchina.org.