China opens new draft guidance consultation on cross-border processing

09/11/2022 | IAPP

China's National Information Security Standardization Technical Committee has opened a consultation seeking comments on a revised draft of the "Practice Guidelines for Cybersecurity Standards — Security Certification Specification for Cross-Border Processing of Personal Information." Comments can be submitted until 15 November. The draft outline includes requirements to designate an individual to oversee personal information protection and conduct data protection impact assessments (DPIAs). Recently, the IAPP examined China's cross-border security assessment guidelines

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