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Understanding the EU NIS 2 Directive
As defined by the EU Council, the NIS 2 directive “will set the baseline for cybersecurity risk management measures and reporting obligations across all sectors that are covered by the directive”. This whitepaper focuses on summarising the NIS 2 Directive with specific focus on the requirement to appoint an EU representative. This paper also seeks to educate and inform the audiences about the applicability of the new directive and help them identify the striking differences between the NIS 1 and NIS 2 Directives.
This whitepaper focuses on the NIS 2 Directive that sets the baseline for cybersecurity risk
management measures and the requirement under the directive to appoint an EU representative.
This paper seeks to educate and inform CISOs/DPOs, organizations, information security and
privacy professionals on the implementation of the NIS 2 directive by:
- setting out the list of sectors and their classification to whom the new directive will be applicable
- providing them with an understanding of the mechanisms of the directive and compliance requirements.
- providing a comparison between NIS 1 and NIS 2 to bring about changes that have been brought and develop an understanding of any additional obligations that they might have to fulfil
- understanding the key requirement of appointing a NIS2 representative
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