April 28, 2017

New Cybersecurity reports: China & Export of Personal Information and Important Data

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Alliance would  like to share with members and supporters new Cybersecurity reports (LLinks Law Office), namely; China Cyber Security Law and Its Impact on Companies (43 page comprehensive briefing), and a Brief Analysis on the Measures for the Security Assessment of the Export of Personal Information and Important Data (12 page Exposure Draft).

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You can now download this material (permission required) at http://tinyurl.com/m465kjj (Cyber Security Law) and http://tinyurl.com/m7jf8ae (Security Assessment).
 Please contact CATA CEO, John Reid at jreid@cata.ca  for your password permission to access.

Context

China’s Cyber Security Law will take effect on June 1 of this year. The new law lays out procedural and substantive obligations for network operators with respect to personal information and important data collection, storage and cross-border transmission.

Earlier this month, the regulatory authority promulgated the Exposure Draft for the Data Export Measures to seek public opinion. In case you might feel interested.

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