Aurora Mobile Attends CAICT 2022 Data Security Summit

Aurora Mobile Limited, a leading provider of customer engagement and marketing technology services in China, today announced that it attended the 2022 Data Security Summit on July 28, 2022.

With the theme “Build A Data Security Community”, the conference was hosted by the Security Research Institute of China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (“CAICT Security Research Institute”) and jointly organized by the Data Security Community Program and Big Data Application and Security Innovation Lab. Numerous renown academicians, university scholars, industry experts, and representatives from leading companies participated in the conference, discussing the latest explorations in the field of data security, and exchanging their insights on current hotspots and practical achievements. Aurora Mobile’s General Manager Mr. Guangyan Chen and Director of Government Affairs Mr. Chao Ma presented at the conference.

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Mr. Guangyan Chen shared the Company’s compliance practice in the field of data security, and views on the balance between data security and business development. Mr. Chen said, “At present, data elements have become a new production factor. Since the digital economy has become a new engine for economic development, and the digital strategy has become a national development strategy, the utilization of data has ushered in unprecedented development opportunities. However, in practice, data application scenarios need to be enriched, and low-level homogeneous competition needs to be improved.

Mr. Chen added, “Companies should strictly meet the multiple requirements for personal information collection and sharing to ensure the legitimacy of data sources. It is necessary to strengthen the review and approval of data service projects and ensure that all data transactions, delivery methods, and application scenarios are compliant with related laws and regulations. We should keep up with regulations and constantly strengthen compliance management, so that we can achieve a balance between data security and business development.”

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