On September 7th, the China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) “Network and Data Security” Forum, hosted by the CCPIT and co-organized by Information Center of CCPIT and China Information Security Magazine, was successfully held at China National Convention Center with the theme of “Shared Prosperity, Secured Trade in Services”. Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Engineering He Dequan, Shen Changxiang, Cai Jiren and Ni Guangnan sent their congratulations to the forum. More than 200 representatives attended the event.
Experts from industries, businesses and scientific research institutions, with expertise in cyberspace and compliance with rules in trade in services, were invited to have deep discussions on how cyberspace industry can enhance global trade security and share big corporations’ experience in global data security and information protection, in order to provide feasibility plans related to cyberspace and data security to Chinese businesses that will go global and reinforce the security foundation of trade in services.
Professor Wang Yiwei, the Director of the Institute of International Affairs of Renmin University and the research fellow of the National Academy of Development and Strategy, said that the fight against the coronavirus pandemic was a sign of internet in China entering the digital age. The development of the Belt and Road Initiative provides great opportunities to the informatization industry in China. It was advised that cyberspace businesses know each other, build brands and cooperate when building the digital silk road.
Wei Liang, Deputy Director of Cyber Security and Technology Security Research Institute, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations, and Deputy Director of the Belt and Road Research Center, said that the element of data would be the foundation of economic development in the future with major economies vying to prioritize it. High-quality development of the digital silk road in the future is hinged on a clear definition of personal data with digital technology as the bridge and property right as the foundation to coordinate the dual circulation development with both domestic and international economic cycle.
Wu Shenkuo, Executive Director of International Center of Cyber Law, Beijing Normal University, and General Secretary of Research Center of Internet Society of China, said that the EU was striving to establish a global standard for data regulation in the context of digital economy. Against the backdrop of digital economic cooperation and gaming between China and the EU, industrial subjects in China should be encouraged to participate in and take advantage of China-Europe internet dialogue platforms and agendas. Advice was given on choices of paths for exchanges on systems, industrial ecology, community integration, trust building and cooperation governance for the digital economy cooperation between China and the EU.
Cao Jusheng, Deputy Secretary-General of China Centre for Promotion of SME Development emphasized that, enterprises needed to further study the security of hardware infrastructure, network access, and prevention measures concerning big data security, in order to comprehensively manage business data security in an integrated way.
At the roundtable, guest speakers had deep discussions on two subjects, namely “cyberspace matters businesses that go global need to pay attention to in the current international situation”, and “how cyber security service can innovate and develop”.