What Are The New China Cybersecurity Law Provisions? And How Cisos Should Respond
CSO Online, March 11th, 2019
March 11, 2019,
Volume 252, Issue 2

"New provisions to the China Cybersecurity Law allow the Chinese government access to enterprise networks operating in the country. Although the security risk that presents is unclear, CISOs can take steps to minimize the impact.

China's CyberSecurity Law (CSL), passed in 2016, is broad legislation that dictates how companies should approach security and privacy within the country. It includes strict controls around online activities and provisions around storing data locally, having joint venture partners, and in some cases registering network assets. It also has mandatory requirements around breach notification, appointing a head of cybersecurity, incident response plans, and more..."

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