Marina Bay Sands

Major Panel: How does data localization legislation drive infrastructure decisions for end-users?

Data sovereignty laws are enacted across the region, but not in a uniform fashion. Some countries require those companies operating within to store all data locally. This poses unique challenges for all prospective market entrants, first and foremost, the cost of establishing a data center or server rack when their data resides in the cloud. But can implementing a hybrid IT model actually alleviate regulatory concerns?

We will explore what barriers to entry data sovereignty law can raise and how to meet the associated compliance costs.