The Diplomat: Scoping Critical Information Infrastructure in China

Xiaomeng Lu, International Public Policy Manager, Access Partnership wrote a guest article for The Diplomat.

Xiaomeng Lu, International Public Policy Manager, Access Partnership wrote a guest article for The Diplomat:

“At last month’s national conference on cybersecurity and informatization, China’s President Xi Jinping delivered another speech on building China into a national power in cyberspace. This is the third speech on the same theme given by Xi at a series of top-level national cybersecurity meetings since 2014. Defining and protecting China’s critical information infrastructure (CII) is one of the recurring issues mentioned at all three events.”

Read the full article here.

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