Seha Yatim

Seha Yatim is a Policy Manager for Asia & the U.S. at Access Partnership, a global public policy consultancy for the tech sector.

Seha helps companies navigate the technology-related regulatory and policy environment in the Asia-Pacific region, with a special focus on ASEAN. She analyses various technology policies including data privacy, cybersecurity, technology risk, smart cities and others. With her acute sense of business impacts, she also identifies opportunities for clients to enable them to expand their business and achieve their goals.

Prior to joining Access Partnership, Seha worked for the world’s largest package delivery company to raise thought leadership on trade and industry issues such as cross-border trade, e-commerce, high tech, industrial manufacturing and free trade agreements. She began her career in the Singapore Ministry of Manpower, where she formulated and executed communications plans for foreign manpower policies, as well as labor-trafficking issues. Seha holds a Master of Science in International Relations from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies and a Bachelor of Business Management from the Singapore Management University. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Asia (CIPP/A) and is fluent in English and Malay.

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Access Partnership’s Seha Yatim contributes to the discussion on tech policy trends, offering predictions for increased data-sharing regulations this year. Our data is collected by almost every service we use. Many companies, from social media platforms to content platforms, e-marketplaces and search engines, rely on an advertising-driven, data-tracking business model to sustain themselves. Traditional industries, such as telecommunications, hardware and aviation also...

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