The NIS2 Directive: What Should You Know and What Should You Be Doing Now?

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Richard Cassidy, Field CISO at Rubrik

About this talk

The new update to the Security of Networks & Information Systems Regulations, also known as NIS2, is the latest in a row of data protection regulations specific to organisations doing business with European Union (EU) and UK organisations deemed part of a nations’ critical infrastructure. The NIS2 Directive entered into force on January 16, 2023 to boost the overall level of cyber resilience amongst these organisations, and by expanding the scope of the regulation to new sectors and entities, it is intended to improve the resilience and incident response capabilities of public and private entities. This webinar will serve as a quick start guide to NIS2 and how you can leverage the framework as a force forward to cyber resilience. Join Richard Cassidy, Field CISO at Rubrik to: -> Understand the updates to and the scope of the NIS2 Directive -> How NIS2 is tightening the grip on security controls and what this means for essential and important entities -> The Five Pillars of NIS2, where you have coverage already and where you should focus resources to close compliance gaps Make sure to check out attachments, where we have made our latest insights on ransomware recovery and regulatory compliance available to you for free!
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