12th June 2017
With China's new Cybersecurity Law, effective 1st June 2017, businesses in China will find themselves facing increased internet regulation with the aim to protect Critical Information Infrastructure (CII). MSI's Chinese accounting member LehmanBrown Limited provides an overview.
Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) is broadly defined in Article 31 of the law as “public communication and information services, power, traffic, water, finance, public service, electronic governance and other critical information infrastructure that if destroyed, losing function or leaking data might seriously endanger national security, national welfare and the people’s livelihood, or the public interest.”
Important definitions relevant to the law are found in Article 76 of the law.
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LehmanBrown International Accountants is a China-focused accounting, taxation and business advisory firm, operating in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
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