Information Security Sub-Working Group Position Paper 2016/2017 - 信息安全产业子工作组建议书2016/2017
by:Information Security Working Group / Forum
The European Chamber’s Information Security Subworking Group was established in 2009, to support the regulatory, information and advocacy needs of European Chamber members in the smart card and semiconductor industries. Members in these industries face an increasingly complex and inhospitable regulatory environment that risks severely curtailing their business activities and future investments. The Chinese Government’s approach to encryption regulation differs markedly from the international norm by handling encryption as a unified concept encompassing commercial and state security applications. The lack of distinction between different levels and applications of encryption has also led to it being handled as a priority by the Chinese leadership.
In 2016, information security became a sub-working group under the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Working Group. Together with members of the broader ICT industry, the sub-working group is committed to enhancing communication with relevant government agencies and contributes to the development of China’s information security system.