In 2006, China has issued 15 national security standards

In China, network and information security have been getting rising attention in these years, not only from the government and those large enterprises, but also from whole society. More and more relevant standards are issued, and internal control manuals are made and executed in FSI (Financing, Securities and Insurance) and telecom enterprises as well to strengthen their compliance management.

Since the beginning of 2006, 15 standards have been published in security domain by the technical committee TC260 (http://www.tc260.org.cn), which is responsible for the information security related standards under the government standardization organization (http://www.sac.gov.cn/), the counterpart of NIST, USA. Some of them cover the detailed management and technical requirements for classify security protection, while some of them are updates of the previous GB/T18336, which is the localized version of ISO15408 (CC). Additionally, ISO17799:2000 has been adopted as GB/T19716-2005 in 2005.

For the original publish page, check: http://www.tc260.org.cn/sy/xwzt/htmls/20060720000002.html

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  1. In 2006, China has issued 15 national security standards

    In China, network and information security have been getting rising
    attention in these years, not only from the government and those large
    enterprises, but also …

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