Guide to China’s Regulatory Cybersecurity Implementation Framework 


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The Cybersecurity Law of the People’s Republic of China—known informally as the National Cybersecurity Law—is the first published law in which cybersecurity requirements are specifically and comprehensively documented in legal form for China. The law, which went into effect on 1 June 2017, applies to practitioners and enterprises on mainland China.

Provisions in the law define the responsibilities of government authorities, network owners, operators and ordinary users; and stipulate the penalty provisions for breaches. Further, enforcement powers under the law are stronger than any other single collection of security specifications. As to be expected with such sweeping legislation, IT and business professionals face new and complex challenges in understanding the law and translating that knowledge to implementation and compliance.

To assist with this task, ISACA has worked with its worldwide network of thought leaders and cyber specialists to create comprehensive guidance, Guide to China’s Regulatory Cybersecurity Implementation Framework.

This book contains information on:

  • Implementation methodology
  • Gap analysis required by law
  • Identifying critical infrastructure
  • Necessary cyber controls
  • Necessary security controls
  • Cross-referencing implementation with NIST Cybersecurity Framework and COBIT 5

Learn the ins and outs of these new cyber mandates and how to successfully implement in your enterprise—purchase this important book today!