China will hold the third World Internet Conference (WIC) next month in the river town of Wuzhen, east China's Zhejiang Province, an official said Wednesday.
President Xi Jinping has called for the comprehensive detection of Internet risks to ensure online security.
China should strengthen cybersecurity through public education on lawful cyberspace management, a senior Communist Party of China (CPC) leader said Monday.
China needs more cyber security specialists, according to a national cyber security awareness event held Monday in Wuhan, capital of the central province of Hubei.
China's top legislature on Monday started its bimonthly session to review draft laws, amendments and bills, including a draft law on cybersecurity, a draft law on nuclear safety and an amendment to the surveying and mapping law.
WIC was an opportunity for companies to showcase their technology and products, and for China to express its view on the development of world internet.
The World Internet Conference has set up a high-level advisory committee.
Attendees discuss future of internet
Development was the buzz word on Thursday as the World Internet Conference continued for a second day in the ancient eastern Chinese city of Wuzhen.
web gurus confident in development