A Look At China's New Cybersecurity Guidance

Law360 (June 18, 2019, 5:27 PM EDT) -- On April 10, 2019, the Chinese Ministry of Public Security published the finalized Guideline for Internet Personal Information Security Protection after having solicited public comments since last November.[1]

The guideline is voluntary and marks the latest in a series of implementations of China’s cybersecurity law since its June 1, 2017, effective date.[2] It follows the national standards governing the protection of personal information (effective May 1, 2018) issued by the Standardization Administration of China in early 2018.[3] While largely similar to the standards, the guideline focuses on the technical and administrative cybersecurity controls for businesses providing services over the internet....

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