NIS2 Directive: What is it, what impact will it have on companies, and how to prepare for compliance?
- Start date of the course 21/11/2023
- Duration of the course 4 hours
- Difficulty level Fundamentals
- Delivery method Virtual Classroom
- Access requirements None
Created to enhance the common level of cybersecurity throughout the European Union, the NIS2 Directive introduces significant changes through a risk-based approach. These changes encompass the expansion of its scope, the introduction of more stringent surveillance measures, precise incident reporting requirements, and the mandate for individual organizations to address cybersecurity risks in supply chains and relationships with suppliers.
The course aims to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the NIS2 Directive and its impacts on cybersecurity. Additionally, the course aims to equip participants with practical skills to assess and address cybersecurity risks in both public and private organizations, as well as in supply chains and supplier relationships. By the end of the course, participants will be able to comprehend the directive’s scope, assess its impact on organizational operations, and implement effective strategies for compliance.
No mandatory prerequisites are required; however, it is desirable for participants to have at least a basic knowledge of cybersecurity concepts and the previous regulation (NIS1) to fully grasp the implications of the changes introduced by the NIS2 Directive.
This is the program:
- Scope of Application
- Essential and Important Entities
- Jurisdiction and Territoriality
- Competent Authorities and Single Points of Contact
- National Frameworks for Managing Cyber Crisis
- Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure and European Vulnerability Database
- Cybersecurity Risk Governance and Management Measures
- Coordinated Security Risk Assessments of Critical Supply Chains at the Union Level
- Reporting Obligations
- Use of European Cybersecurity Certification Schemes
- General Aspects of Surveillance and Enforcement
- Surveillance and Enforcement Measures Regarding Essential Entities
- Surveillance and Enforcement Measures Regarding Important Entities
- Breaches Resulting in Personal Data Breach
Teacher and teaching materials
Highly qualified teacher specialised in the subject and working in the field of application on a daily basis.
Participation in the course includes the delivery of teaching materials used by the lecturer.
Upon reaching 20 participants, registrations will be closed.
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