ZHD Holds Third Special Advisory Committee on Global Data Governance

Z Holdings Corporation

On April 28, 2021 (Wed.), Z Holdings Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "ZHD") held the third Special Advisory Committee on Global Data Governance, a committee consisting of external experts to verify and evaluate the handling of data from security and governance perspectives.

*Please click here for details on the Special Advisory Committee.
*Please click here for details on the 1st Special Advisory Committee.
*Please click here for details on the 2nd Special Advisory Committee

In this third meeting, Mr. Hiroshi Kawaguchi, Chairperson of the Technology Verification Subcommittee, explained the status of the studies made in the Subcommittee meeting held on April 14, 23, and 28, and the future review policy.

Takeshi Idezawa, Representative Director, President and CEO of LINE Corporation explained the matters pointed out in the administrative guidance received from Japan's Personal Information Protection Commission and Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), and improvement measures, etc.

Based on the above, the committee members presented their opinions on the following points.

・Checking and internal control systems to prevent recurrence
・Balancing business continuity and growth speed with data governance and security, etc.

Based on the proposals received from the Special Advisory Committee, ZHD aims to establish a data governance structure suitable for one of the largest Internet service corporate groups in Japan. ZHD will continue to sincerely consider the opinions and suggestions of users and experts, and make continuous improvements to enhance transparency and create an environment where users can use our services with peace of mind.

*Please click here for the schedule of the Special Advisory Committee and Technology Verification Subcommittee.
*Please click here for the major schedule and initiatives related to LINE's handling of personal information.

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