The NIS 2016/1148 Directive “on the security of network and information systems” was the first practical tool to regulate aspects of cybersecurity for companies that provide services considered essential for the well-being of the economic and social system of the European Union member states.
The growing complexity and sophistication of cyber attacks has forced the legislator to update the NIS Directive with NIS 2 in order to:
- strengthen the regulatory framework extending the scope of application and increasing pressure to report breaches
- foster collaboration among member states and extend protection to the entire ecosystem or supply chain of companies with critical infrastructure.
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