What Salesforce Customers Need to Know About China’s Data Security Law

What Salesforce Customers Need to Know About China’s Data Security Law
On September 1st of this year, China’s Data Security Law went into effect, including strict guidelines on data residency. Combined with the existing Cybersecurity law and the PIPL regulation to come into effect on November 1st, this creates new requirements for data storage and processing. Companies that do business in China may need to keep some data in China only. This has significant implications for global companies that rely on Salesforce.
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