This is part of a three-part webinar series discussing the Chinese legal system and recent cybersecurity regulatory updates. The series will kick off with a broad, introductory overview that will tee up deeper dive discussions for each successive session.
China has issued a slew of draft regulations since its Cybersecurity Law first took effect in June 2017 – all with an eye toward creating a legal framework for cybersecurity and data protection. To date, legislative priorities have focused on:
- Personal information protection.
- Cross-border data transfers.
- Expanded scope, protections and security assessments for critical information infrastructure.