Internet security – Xi Jinping grasps the nettle

In China, internet security has become an issue of increasing importance in recent years, as the country is faced with the rapid cyber-networking of the whole world. This of course presents huge opportunities for a faster and more efficient flow of information, which is of great economic benefit to all countries. But the president has not evaded the main problem for China in increased capacity for information flows, which consists of the associated security risks. President Xi called for more work to be put into a comprehensive identification and elimination of the risks to online security. He told the relevant authorities to establish unified and effective mechanisms to report risks and share best practices, setting up a nationwide trouble shooting network.
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Matthew Olckers

Editor at Talan
Matthew's interests in innovation are in the financial services and education sectors. He joined the Talan Innovation team in September 2014, and focusses on the improvement of the user experience. Matthew is a Masters in Economics student at Paris 1: Panthéon-Sorbonne.

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