The rules will require people to contact regulators and police before releasing information to the public. Photo: Shutterstock

New Chinese cybersecurity rules could delay release of threat alerts to business and public, tech specialists warn

  • Draft guidelines state that police and regulators must be notified before any information about cybersecurity dangers is made public
  • Regulations are designed to prevent information being exploited, but security specialists fear ban on sharing technical details could hamper their ability to fix problems
Topic |   Cybersecurity

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The rules will require people to contact regulators and police before releasing information to the public. Photo: Shutterstock
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