China Released Core National Standards, Updating Mandatory Cybersecurity Requirements under the Cybersecurity Multi-level Protection Scheme

Yan Luo, Ashden Fein and Zhijing Yu of Covington & Burling write:

On May 13, 2019, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) released three core national standards related to the country’s Cybersecurity Multi-level Protection Scheme (“MLPS”), describing technical and organizational controls that companies must follow when complying with MLPS-related obligations under the Cybersecurity Law (“CSL”).  These standards, which are commonly referred to as the “MLPS 2.0 standards,” include: GB/T 22239 – 2019 Information Security Technology – Baseline for Multi-level Protection Scheme, GB/T 25070 – 2019 Information Security Technology – Technical Requirements of Security Design for Multi-level Protection Scheme and GB/T 28448 – 2019 Information Security Technology – Evaluation Requirements for Multi-level Protection Scheme.  The MLPS 2.0 standards are set to take effect on December 1, 2019.

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