The UK Network and Information Systems (NIS) Regulations 2018 will be strengthened in an effort to protect essential and digital services. On 30th November 2022, the UK government published its response to the public consultation on proposals to improve the UK’s cyber resilience. As the UK is no longer bound by EU legislation, it will not be implementing the NIS 2 Directive, recently adopted by European Parliament and Council. However, the frequency and scale of cyber incidents and consequent increased risk of severe damage has prompted change to UK cyber laws as well.
NCSC releases guidance on cyber security in the supply chain
The National Cyber Security Centre (“NCSC“) has published guidance for medium and large organisations on how to assess and improve cyber security in their supply chains. The guidance is a supplement to the NCSC’s supply chain principles. …
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