EU NIS Directive to boost cyber security of essential infrastructure comes into force

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NCSC is taking a central role in implementing the NIS Directive in the UK
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NCSC is taking a central role in implementing the NIS Directive in the UK

Online marketplaces and search engines as well as energy, water and transport will be required to toughen up

It may be less well-known than GDPR but the EU directive on the security of Networks and Information Systems (NIS Directive) could be just as impactful in certain critical sectors. The NIS Directive,...

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