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Cybersecurity threats are evolving rapidly, and the NIS2 directive is the cornerstone for fortifying European defenses. While compliance with NIS2 is imperative, many organizations remain unaware of this new directive. Did you know non-compliance with NIS2 could result in fines of up to 10 million euros?

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Preparing for NIS2 is not a task to be taken lightly. By starting early, understanding the legislation, implementing minimum security measures such as #MFA, and educating the entire organization, affected entities can navigate the complexities and ensure compliance with the forthcoming directive. It is time to embark on the journey toward a secure and resilient cybersecurity future. Read our blog to know if your entity is affected and the 5 key actions to get you started!

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Timeline NIS2


Critical Entites Directive


Directive 2008/114 - Identification and designation of European critical infrastructures and the assessment of the need to improve their protection.

Resilience of CER


Directive 2022/2557 – The Directive on the Resilience of Critical Entities (RCE) replaces Directive 2008/114. Its aim is to further strengthen the protection of critical infrastructures.

Cyber Resilience Act


The Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) Proposal aims to impose cybersecurity obligations on all products with digital elements, significantly impacting IoT products.

RCE Transposition laws


NIS1 Directive


Directive 2016/1148 – The Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive establishes cybersecurity and reporting obligations for operators of essential entities and providers of digital services.

NIS2 Directive


Directive 2022/2555 - NIS2 Directive replaced NIS1 in 2023. It significantly extends the scope of NIS1 and harmonizes cybersecurity obligations for affected entities at the EU level.

NIS2 Transposition laws


EU member states have until the 17th of October 2024 to transpose the NIS2 Directive into national law. Some obligations for affected entities will start to apply on this date.

NIS2 Identification of affected entities


By 17 January 2025 affected entities will be obliged to provide certain set of information to the competent authority (e.g. IP ranges, where regulated services are provided, contact data, etc.).

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