Cyber Security Practitioner
Back to Contents

Volume: 3 Issue: 9
(September 2017)

Keywords:
china issues draft regulation security critical information infrastructure 11 july 2017 cyberspace administration china (‘cac released draft regulation security protection

Jurisdictions:
China

Options:
Share This Page



China issues draft regulation on the security of critical information infrastructure

On 11 July 2017, the Cyberspace Administration of China (‘CAC’) released a draft Regulation on Security Protection for Critical Information Infrastructure (the ‘CII Regulation’), which aims to provide elaborated rules on the protection of China’s critical information infrastructure (‘CII’). The CII Regulation, if adopted in its current form, would significantly affect the companies which operate CII or conduct business with a CII provider. Xun Yang, Of Counsel at Simmons & Simmons, dissects the CII Regulation and assesses the new responsibilities for cyber security that may be placed on individuals and companies associated with CII.

Sign up for a free trial for a week’s access to the entire latest issue of the journal
You must be logged in and have an active full subscription to view full articles.
Log in now
If you are not already a subscriber, take a subscription for full access to our entire online archives.
Subscribe

Search Publication Archives



Our publication archives contain all of our articles.
Can’t find what you are looking for?
Try an Advanced Search

Log in to cyber security practitioner
Subscribe to cyber security practitioner
Register for a Free Trial to cyber security practitioner
Sign up for e-mail alerts
cyber security practitioner Pricing

Social Media

Follow cyber security practitioner on TwitterView cyber security practitioner LinkedIn Profilecyber security practitioner RSS Feed