In conjunction with 12 other authorities, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) published a revised Cybersecurity Law which came into effect on February 15, 2022. Under the new Measures, mentioned parties must apply for a China Cybersecurity Law Review so as to mitigate risks associated with data processing activities overseas.
As the Chinese government has become more aware of the potential risks of cyber security and data breaches, more laws and regulations are expected to be issued in the coming future. Thus, regardless of the company size or industry, any business that is expanding or already operating within China is suggested to take a cautious approach by complying with the classified standards highlighted by the China Cybersecurity Law.
Information System Survey: An initial China Cybersecurity Law Compliance Survey is conducted, to assess the target Information System, covering physical location, network topology, personal information types, existing security devices, and other items.
Classification of Consequences: In the event of compromise of the Information System, levels of consequences are defined according to the official China Cybersecurity Law MLPS 2.0 Level Classification rule.
Materials Registration: All necessary materials such as appropriate documents and forms are prepared and submitted to the Local Internet Police responsible for China Cybersecurity Law Review.
Gap Analysis Reporting: A “Gap Analysis Report” is produced, according to non-compliance findings related to the current topology of the Information System based on the China Cybersecurity Law MLPS 2.0 compliance table.
Remediation Planning: Based on the “Gap Analysis Report” a “Remediation Plan” will be carefully created, assisting the enterprise to properly and systematically close the identified security gaps using IT security best practices as requested by the China Cybersecurity Law .
Official Assessment Assistance: For the nal submission of the “Official Assessment Report” to the local Network Police for endorsement, CITIC Telecom CPC’s experts will assist the enterprise with every step of the China Cybersecurity Law official assessment process.
China is an extremely important market, and for enterprises expanding or already operating inside Mainland China, it is imperative their digital transformation be in compliance with China Cybersecurity Law MPLS 2.0, the most up to date version of this mandatory regulation. To ensure not only an easier and smoother process to achieve MLPS 2.0 Compliance, but also more stringent and careful verification, CITIC Telecom CPC offers the China Cybersecurity Law MLPS 2.0 Compliance Service, a one-stop service covering every aspect and stage of the China Cybersecurity Law MLPS 2.0 Compliance process, including classification, registration, gap analysis, remediation and assessment. This important service is easy, reliable, and professionally administered to ensure an enterprise operates a robust, fully compliant MLPS 2.0 infrastructure.
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