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Data Privacy in Vietnam – The elephant in the room.

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Data privacy in vietnam – the elephant in the room

About this event

Data privacy and data protection are crucial issues for businesses in Vietnam, especially since the enactment of Decree 13, a landmark regulation on Personal Data Protection, which came into force on 1 July 2023.

Is your business compliant with the latest data privacy regulations in Vietnam?

Decree 13 imposes significant requirements and obligations for investors and businesses, which need to be carefully examined and followed to ensure full compliance. However, it may also create some confusion and challenges for businesses that need to adapt to the new legal framework.

When assisting businesses, we have encountered many common questions and concerns related to data privacy and Decree 13, for instance:

  • Who is affected by the decree and how does it impact business operations?
  • What steps do organisations need to take to be compliant with the law?
  • What are the best practices and practical recommendations for achieving data protection compliance under the decree?

In this seminar, we will partner with ACSV Legal – a well-known law firm in Vietnam, to address these questions and more.

Who should attend the seminar?

Decree 13 applies to both domestic and foreign entities and individuals in Vietnam. Therefore, we encourage all corporate clients to attend.

Seminar outline:

The seminar will go through the following areas:

  1. Important legal concepts and definitions
  2. Impact of data privacy regulations on business operations
    • Internal data processing rules and requirements
    • Practical implementation – challenges and recommendations
  3. Frequently asked questions
  4. Q&A

Seminar details

  • Date:
    Feb 29, 2024
  • Time:
    10:00 am
  • Location:
    Acclime Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City Office, Level 9, Lim Tower 3, 29A Nguyen Dinh Chieu, District 1
  • Speakers:
    Rizwan Khan and Minh Nguyen
  • Fee:
    Free