China’s Cybersecurity Law came into effect on 1 June. It aims to protect China’s national security – the definition of which extends to maintaining territorial integrity, social and economic stability, and the public order.
It regulates how organisations and businesses should protect digital information, including whether and under what circumstances it can be transferred out of mainland China, and introduces measures aimed to safeguard internet systems, products and services against cyber-attacks.
Want to find out more about the law changes and how they will potentially impact your business operating in China? It's important that you understand how the law's requirements may relate to you, here's a two-page summary prepared by NZTE.
Oct 5, 2017