Compliance Regarding

The NIS2 Directive

The NIS2Directive is the EU-wide legislation on cybersecurity. It provides legal measures to boost the overall level of cybersecurity in the EU. 

The NIS Directive, or Network and Information Systems Directive, is a piece of legislation enacted by the European Union (EU) to improve the cybersecurity posture of critical infrastructure and essential services providers across EU member states. The directive aims to enhance the overall resilience of the digital infrastructure in Europe by requiring certain organizations to implement specific cybersecurity measures and report significant cybersecurity incidents.

The NIS Directive became law in 2016 (Directive 2016/1148) and required EU member states to transpose it into their national laws by May 9, 2018.

Its key objectives include: 

Identifying operators of essential services (OES) and digital service providers (DSPs) in critical sectors such as energy, transportation, healthcare, and digital infrastructure. 

Establishing a framework for these organizations to assess and manage cybersecurity risks.

Mandating the reporting of significant cybersecurity incidents to the relevant national authority. 

Promoting cooperation and information-sharing among EU member states to address cross-border cybersecurity threats. 

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