ASIAdocument.write(“” + m[today.getMonth()+1]+ ” “+ today.getDate()+”, ” + theYear + ” “);HOMECHINAWORLDBUSINESSLIFESTYLECULTURETRAVELSPORTSOPINIONREGIONALFORUMNEWSPAPERChina Daily PDFChina Daily E-paperChina Daily Global PDFChina Daily Global E-paperBusiness /TechnologyEconomyPolicy WatchChina DataCompaniesMarketsIndustriesViewMotoringTechGreen ChinaJustifiable for China to strengthen cyber security(Xinhua)Updated:2015-03-03 16:09Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallA man looks at Aliyun cyber security services, platform provided by Alibaba, which is shown at a cyber security exhibition on Nov 24, 2014. [Photo by Wang Yueling / Asianewsphoto] BEIJING — In light of successive revelations in recent years of spying scandals perpetrated by the United States with its sophisticated hacking technology, it is justifiable for China to strengthen cyber security regulation amid growing technology trade between the worlds two leading economies.Last month, cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab unveiled a new surveillance and espionage technique mastered by the US National Security Agency (NSA), evoking memories of shocking disclosure of its massive surveillance program that even includes eavesdropping on leaders of Washingtons allies.The “invisible sword” of cyber-hacking also targeted ordinary people as the NSA reportedly acquired contents of digital communications online from a number of US technology and Internet companies.It is shocking that technology giants including Microsoft and Apple, which have enjoyed a strong and growing presence in peoples daily life and work across the world, were also part of the notorious surveillance program.For those hundreds of millions of or even billions of users of the high-technology products or services of those US companies, it is natural to find those products or services insecure when it comes to issues of information security and privacy.In that case, the responsibility falls on the governments shoulder to ensure that the convenience brought about by technological progress is fully enjoyed by ordinary people without their interests being sabotaged or privacy being intruded.If some “back doors” are indeed deliberated placed in those high-technology products or services as required by intelligence authorities, no one is more able and authorized than the government to prevent government-sponsored hackers from reaching ordinary users.With the new rules adopted by Chinas banking regulator that outlines security criteria for technology products in the financial sector and that requires all foreign companies providing banking technology in China to be subject to security audits, China eyes nothing but secure and controllable application of technologies so as to protect state and business secrets from peeping eyes.As justifiable as they are, Chinas efforts to strengthen cyber security and protect interests of domestic users of foreign-made high-technology products are apparently far from trade discrimination and protectionism as accused by some foreign media.Cyber security is a common challenge facing the entire world and thus requires shared responsibility.It is advisable for China and the United States, both leading global economies with rapidly growing technological strength, to strengthen exchange, cooperation and mutual trust for meaningful progress in enhancing cyber security.8.03KRelated StoriesHacking group blamed for Lenovo cyber attackUS announces reward for accused prolific cyber hackerUS State Dept calls for cyber security boostUS, not China, involved in cyber espionageCyber Languages contaminating Chinese linguistic purity? Yes or No?PhotoTitan robot entertains visitors in Shenzhen10 European countries applying to join AIIB10 industrial sectors of the China Manufacturing 2025 strategyTech tycoons take on innovation in BFAWorld leaders open Boao Forum for Asia 2015Drought hits Chinas Shandong provinceChina Economy By NumbersChina Economy by Numbers – Dec China Economy by Numbers – Nov NewsmakerPrinting the future Catalyst for business transformationMost ViewedTodays Top NewsIsrael requests to join Asian Infrastructure Investment BankChinese stocks rebound on April 1China, the West in Africa: more room for cooperation than competitionNanjing cuts taxi franchise feesAir China increases flights to Milan, raises delivery chargesVeteran corporate strategist upbeat about China economyLOreal China sales revenue up 7.7% in 2014Hot TopicsFiat SpA Peugeot SA Taxi app Internet finance Housing price Disneyland WeChatEditors PicksTop 10 best employers in China When Microsoft meets Chinas “Internet Plus” 10 European nations applying to join AIIB Top 9 hot-selling foreign products for Chinese babies SpecialsBoao Forum For Asia 2015China Development Forum 2015CEO roundtable: new normal& strategies…| About China Daily | Advertise on Site | Contact Us | Job Offer | Expat Employment |Copyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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