New Cybersecurity policy development – Implementation of China’s Cyber Security Law is accelerating:
On 22 September, the Ministry of Public Security released new “Guiding Opinions” to kick-off regulation on the Multi-Layered Protection Scheme (MLPS) 2.0 and Critical Information Infrastructure Operators (CIIO). This increases pressure on companies operating information networks in China to ensure compliance with MLPS 2.0 and CIIO rules.
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Cybersecurity has become of vital concern for Chinese regulators and a challenge for companies operating in China. Starting with the Cybersecurity Law of 2017, many companies in China are obliged to comply with a rapidly changing and complex cybersecurity regulation framework. Many new regulations and standards are taking effect in 2020 and 2021: from cross-border data transfer and data localization to the Multi-layered Protection Scheme (MLPS) 2.0 and Critical Information Infrastructure Operators (CIIO).
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