The new regulation forbids enterprises and individuals investigating cybersecurity vulnerabilities from providing such information to overseas organisations and individuals other than the provider of the product or service. Photo: Reuters
The new regulation forbids enterprises and individuals investigating cybersecurity vulnerabilities from providing such information to overseas organisations and individuals other than the provider of the product or service. Photo: Reuters

Beijing pushes Chinese firms to report cybersecurity vulnerabilities early and often amid growing threats

  • A new regulation seeks to protect computer networks and other information technology infrastructure in the country from cyberthreats
  • It also forbids enterprises and individuals investigating cybersecurity weaknesses to disclose such information to overseas organisations

The new regulation forbids enterprises and individuals investigating cybersecurity vulnerabilities from providing such information to overseas organisations and individuals other than the provider of the product or service. Photo: Reuters
The new regulation forbids enterprises and individuals investigating cybersecurity vulnerabilities from providing such information to overseas organisations and individuals other than the provider of the product or service. Photo: Reuters
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