Tag Archives: NIS Directive

UK government publishes response to its consultation on the Directive on security of networks and information systems

The UK government has published its response to a public consultation on the EU Directive on security networks and information systems (NIS Directive) that opened in August last year. The response sets out the UK’s vision for improving the security of the UK’s essential services by implementing the NIS Directive. The NIS Directive The NIS … Continue Reading

ICO publishes response to consultation on European Commission’s implementing regulation to the NIS Directive

The Information Commissioner, Ms Elizabeth Denham, has published her comments on the European Commission’s consultation on the draft implementing regulation (“Implementing Regulation”) of the Network and Information Security Directive ((EU) 2016/1148) (“NIS Directive”). The Implementing Regulation sets out the further elements that need to be taken into account by digital service providers (“DSPs”) under the … Continue Reading

UK government posts new NIS Directive consultation addressing cybersecurity threats

The security and reliability of the UK’s IT infrastructure remains a key priority for the government. In August 2017, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport launched a public consultation on its plans to transpose the Network and Information Systems Directive (‘NIS Directive’) into UK legislation. (As we reported earlier this year, the UK has … Continue Reading

European Commission Publishes Communication on Cybersecurity

On 5 July, the European Commission (“EC”) published a communication outlining measures to improve resilience to cyber incidents, improve cooperation and information sharing, and promote innovation and competition in the European cybersecurity industry.   The communication highlights the EC’s intention to take cooperation, knowledge, and capacity to the next level, particularly through the imminent introduction … Continue Reading
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