On January 30, 2022, Shanghai issued the first official Corporate Data Compliance Guideline. The 38-article document guides companies to strengthen their data management in terms of data compliance, identification, assessment and elimination of data risks. The guideline emphasizes that a company’s management is responsible for data compliance and recommends that a dedicated data compliance management… Continue reading First Corporate Data Compliance Guideline in China
The year 2021 was – not only, but also – a turbulent year in the areas of cyber security and data protection in China. In addition to increased enforcement of the Multi-Level Protection Scheme (MLPS) in China, the implementation of which has been legally binding for companies in China since 2017 (see our webinars), many… Continue reading Cyber Security and Data Protection: What’s in Store for 2022?
With the enactment of China’s Cybersecurity Law (CSL), Data Security Law (DSL), and Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), security management and assessment of cross-border data transfer became a key issue. Following these three laws, China’s Cyberspace Administration (CAC) published the Measures on Data Export Security Assessment (Draft for Comments) on October 29, 2021, which provides… Continue reading Data Export Security Assessment: All Data Processors Are Involved