China Marches into Cybersecurity Classified Protection 2.0

The cybersecurity classified protection regime attracted significant attention when it was included in the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) Cyber Security Law promulgated in 2017 (the CSL). The CSL mandates that network operators follow certain security requirements based on the levels of risk associated with their networks.

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Keywords Corporate, IT Law
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