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HKCNSA participated in the second salon of the G20 Security Alliance 2024, discussing the new direction of cybersecurity in China

On March 6th, the 2024 second salon of the G20 Security Alliance was successfully held in Beijing. The theme of the event was "New Directions and New Opportunities for Cybersecurity in China," bringing together a number of industry elites and expert scholars to share industry experiences, and explore new paths for the development of cybersecurity. Mr. David Ip, the founding chairman of the Hong Kong China Network Security Association (HKCNSA), Mr. Cheng Du, co-founder of the Qingteng Cloud Security, an HKCNSA's corporate member, Mr. Rong Yu, senior director of Hillstone, Mr. Li Gang, China Information Security Magazine, and several industry experts attended the event to discuss the latest trends in cybersecurity in China.



During the event, Mr. Andy Wu, Head of Investment Promotion of InvestHK, shared insights on investment policies for Chinese cybersecurity companies in the Hong Kong market, providing important information and guidance for participants interested in the Hong Kong market. He introduced the investment environment and policy support for cybersecurity in Hong Kong, encouraging Chinese cybersecurity companies to actively participate in market expansion and cooperation in Hong Kong.

Mr. David Ip, founding chairman of the HKCNSA, presented a certificate of appreciation to Mr. Andy Wu, Head of Investment Promotion of InvestHK
Mr. David Ip, founding chairman of the HKCNSA, presented a certificate of appreciation to Mr. Andy Wu, Head of Investment Promotion of InvestHK

Mr. James Wang, Research Director of IDC China, shared observations on the global and Chinese cybersecurity market in 2024. He pointed out that the trends of software and service-oriented approaches are driving enterprises overseas to seek broader development opportunities and to seize global technological hotspots, which is conducive to expanding market share. At the same time, he emphasized that with the rapid growth of IoT security, the cybersecurity situation is becoming more severe, and Managed Security Services (MSS) have become essential for cybersecurity infrastructure. Organizations need to closely monitor industry trends and continuously enhance their cybersecurity protection capabilities to ensure the security and stability of their information assets.


Mr. Deng Haidong from Hillstone, an corporate member of the HKCNSA, shared the company's experience in overseas operations, emphasizing how cybersecurity enterprises can adapt to regulatory requirements in different countries and regions to provide compliant and efficient cybersecurity services. Mr. Deng's sharing provided valuable practical experience to the participants, and served as a reference for the industry's discussion on the global development of cybersecurity.


Mr. David Ip, Founding Chairman of the HKCNSA, shared his observations and reflections from the perspective of Chinese cybersecurity enterprises going overseas, providing strong guidance for the international development of Chinese cybersecurity enterprises. He emphasized the need for enterprises to focus on brand building and expanding international markets to enhance their competitiveness. At the same time, attention should also be paid to regulatory changes and technological trends in international markets to ensure the compliance of enterprises.


In the future, HKCNSA will continue to promote the international development of cybersecurity enterprises, providing more guidance and support. At the same time, the association will actively organize cybersecurity exchange activities, strengthen cooperation with international organizations and partners, and jointly promote the international development of the cybersecurity industry.

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