12 November 2017

中国《网络安全法》出台6个月回顾:法规尚待完善,执法已经开始

中国《网络安全法》于2017年6月1日正式生效,该法构建了中国大陆数据保护和网络安全监管的框架。尽管新法较为笼统且尚待完善,但也彰显了中国政府实施网络和数据监管措施的方向。这些措施影响范围广并且富有争议,包括数据境内存储、跨境数据传输限制和广泛的安全评估,其实施将直接影响所有在华经营的公司。正如预期,该法在其颁布后的六个月内已经见证了多方面的进展。本文着眼于新法的实施、政府首次执法行动、本法尚存的争议点、以及在相关配套措施落地前公司应采取的应对措施。

在中国开展业务或者依赖中国网络或数据基础设施的跨国公司都应关注该法以及中国网络安全形势的持续变化。

英文全文详情参见链接

 

China’s Cybersecurity Law six months on: enforcement begins but implementation ongoing

China’s new Cybersecurity Law (‘CSL’), in effect since 1 June 2017, introduced a framework for the regulation of data protection and cyber security on the Chinese mainland. Although ambiguous and far from comprehensive, the new law shows that the Chinese government is implementing far-reaching and controversial cyber and data measures that could directly impact any company doing business in China. These include domestic storage of data, restrictions on cross-border data transfers and extensive security assessments. As expected, the six months following the law’s enactment saw various CSL-related developments. We highlight implementing legislation, the first government enforcement action, the law’s ongoing controversy, and suggested measures for companies to take while the dust settles.

Any multinational company doing business in China, or depending in any way on Chinese network or data infrastructure, should take notice of the new law and the ongoing changes in the Chinese cybersecurity landscape.

Read the full English article here.

 

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