How to Operationalise China’s Privacy and Security Laws

How to Operationalise China’s Privacy and Security Laws

China’s new laws build on each other. The Data Security Law, DSL, forms the basis of the Personal Information Protection Law, PIPL. This underlines a trend we are seeing where Privacy, Security and Governance teams are working more closely together. The PIPL has more detailed Consent requirements. Storing of data ...

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China’s new laws build on each other. The Data Security Law, DSL, forms the basis of the Personal Information Protection Law, PIPL. This underlines a trend we are seeing where Privacy, Security and Governance teams are working more closely together. The PIPL has more detailed Consent requirements. Storing of data needs to be secured in accordance with the Data Security Law utilising the Multiple-Layer Protection Scheme. Processes need to be identified. Data locations determined and managed. OneTrust operationalise these requirements while dynamically and intelligently organising the information an ongoing basis. This allows organisations to know the what, why and how data is collected and processed in order to comply with these laws.

How to Operationalise China’s Privacy and Security Laws