Understanding the Differentiation and Relationship of Laws Electronics Transaction Laws Computer Crime Laws Cybersecurity Laws and Data Protection Laws!
Intensive Workshop on September 25th, 2020
A Personal Data Protection act and Cybersecurity act enacted into as effective law. Owing to Thailand’s rapidly-growing digital economy and society, such proposed bills aim to pave the way for the country to enforce legal safeguards to ensure national security in cyberspace, covering both private and public sector databases as well as privacy of individual’s personal data. According to legislative intent, a strong cybersecurity stance is believed to be a key defense against cyber threats and unauthorized exploitation of networks, systems and technologies, which are mostly caused by a human mistake or behavior.
The operations of several public and private sectors are driven by computer systems and such organizations in Thailand are digitizing such systems. The information and communications over such computer systems, especially those of critical infrastructure entities (e.g. material public service, national security, transportation, information technology, telecommunications, public health, financial institutions, etc.) affect the maintenance of vital social functions, health, safety, security, and economy. The disruption to such information or communication systems shall be considered as “cyber threats” that may have serious consequences to its citizens as well as Thailand’s national security and economic systems!!!
The preparation for the implementation of this new law will be great but what executives and data owners can do from today is understanding the law Including our rights and duties as various. Whether owning personal information Personal information controller or personal information processor in the organization must work together from all parties Including communication for customers and employees to be aware of the potential impacts.
This workshop learns to latest cyber laws. Strategies to reduce the risk of damage to the organization regarding Personal Information Protection Act, Cyber Security Act, Computer Crime Act!!!
This is most 1 Day training addressing critical developments affecting employment policies and practices of business!!
Trend of Regulatory Compliance and Upcoming Thailand IT-related & Digital Laws
Understanding the Differentiation and Relationship of Laws
Electronics Transaction Laws
Computer Crime Laws
Data Protection Laws
Key Matters of Cybersecurity Laws
Key Matters of Data Protection Laws
Key Matters of GDPR and Data Protection Laws
Assessment of status, readiness and implementation according to law Cyber Security Act
Assessment of status, readiness and implementation according to law Personal Information Protection Act
Risk-based Standards and Best Practices for Cybersecurity
Understanding Cybersecurity/Cyber Resilience vs. Business Continuity
Establishing Cybersecurity Framework
Cybersecurity Risk Management
Cybersecurity Incident Response
Cybersecurity and Cyber Resilience Review (CRR)
Best practice / Real Case study
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Compliance and Legal officers
Management & Executive
Personal information controller
Personal information processor in the organization
All parties Including employees
Staff who have the interests of their company at heart and anyone
Pol. Lt. Col. Patana Sugarasut
Special Case Expert, Department of Special Investigations (DSI)
Military Academy, Class 24, Royal Police Cadet Academy, Class 40
Bachelor of Law Ramkhamhaeng University
Master of Political Science Chulalongkorn University
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), The United States Secret Service (USSS) , U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Special Case Expert of DSI
Lecturer for over 10 years
Instructor for master's degree programs Mahidol University Salaya Nakhon Pathom Faculty of Engineering Computer department
A special teacher Police Cadet Academy Master of Science Program Department of Forensic Science
Being a guest speaker and special lecture or for Government agencies and the private sector, such as the National Police Agency, Office of the National Commission on Prevention and Suppression of Corruption National Corruption, Bank of Thailand, Thammasat University, Rangsit
More information, please contact +662 117 3383, +662 050 8151 or email, please Click