The EU NIS2 Directive: What do you need to know and be doing?

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Madeline Bennett, Contributing Editor at ITPro and Richard Cassidy, Field CISO at Rubrik

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Cyber criminals only have to get lucky once to infiltrate and interfere with an organisation’s most valuable asset: data. Yet, businesses have to be one step ahead and ensure the best possible defence against attack every single second, minute and hour of each and every day. But companies are not alone in this fight against those with malintent. Indeed, governments, regulatory bodies and wider industry are coming together to collectively assist through best practice and regulation. One such regulation, brought about by the European Commission is the NIS2 Directive. It came into being on 16 January 2023 to boost the overall level of cyber security in the EU2. The UK government has already confirmed that it is moving forward with plans to update its NIS regulations as well. By expanding the scope of the cyber security rules to new sectors and entities, it further improves the resilience and incident response capacities of public and private organisations alike. The deadline for Member States to transpose the NIS2 Directive into applicable national law is 17 October 2024. With so much to consider, digest and do, join us for this informative webinar to gather real-world guidance and insight on: -> The latest updates around the NIS2 EU Directive including what will - and won’t be covered by it -> Why NIs needs to be taken seriously, starting now -> How Rubrik's products can help organisations align it's compliance with EMEA regulations, such as the NIS 2 Directive To hear all this and more, register for the webinar today! Make sure to take a look at the attachments as well - we've added extra learnings on how to optimise data protection and provided you with additional resources to help set you up for success.

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