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NIS2 (Network and Information Systems Directive 2) introduction course

A one-day course delivered online or in a classroom covering the Network and Information Systems Directive 2 which will replace the previous NIS Directive as of 18 October 2024.

Cybersecurity threats are almost always cross-border, and a cyber-attack on critical facilities in one country can affect the EU as a whole. Therefore, EU countries need to have procedures and governmental bodies in place to collaborate between states by sharing cybersecurity procedures and rules.

The NIS2 Directive will replace the previous NIS Directive, which it will repeal, as of 18 October 2024, with the aim of addressing a radically changed threat landscape and, at the same time, defining a more uniform and coordinated regulatory framework to overcome the divergences created by the NIS, by introducing new cybersecurity obligations for a large pool of companies.

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the EU NIS2 Directive cyber security obligations which address a changed cyber threat landscape by defining a more uniform and coordinated regulatory framework to overcome the divergences created by the NIS.

A certificate of attendance will be provided after the completion of the course

Objective

Upon successful completion of the course attendees will gain an understanding of the EU’s NIS2 Directive requirements and its impact on company ISMS and in particular:

  • understand why the new NIS2 Directive was issued
  • be clear about its objectives and structure
  • understand what the obligations are for companies
  • analyze the main articles of major impact for companies

Audience

This course is suitable for following personnel who;

  • work in cybersecurity and want to learn about the new NIS2 directive
  • want to know the implications of the Information Security Management System Directive

To find out which training courses we offer in your country, click on "Find a local course", select your country and navigate to Food safety; or Contact us if you are interested or want to know more on in-house courses.

Cybersecurity threats are almost always cross-border, and a cyber-attack on critical facilities in one country can affect the EU as a whole. Therefore, EU countries need to have procedures and governmental bodies in place to collaborate between states by sharing cybersecurity procedures and rules.

The NIS2 Directive will replace the previous NIS Directive, which it will repeal, as of 18 October 2024, with the aim of addressing a radically changed threat landscape and, at the same time, defining a more uniform and coordinated regulatory framework to overcome the divergences created by the NIS, by introducing new cybersecurity obligations for a large pool of companies.

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the EU NIS2 Directive cyber security obligations which address a changed cyber threat landscape by defining a more uniform and coordinated regulatory framework to overcome the divergences created by the NIS.

A certificate of attendance will be provided after the completion of the course

Objective

Upon successful completion of the course attendees will gain an understanding of the EU’s NIS2 Directive requirements and its impact on company ISMS and in particular:

  • understand why the new NIS2 Directive was issued
  • be clear about its objectives and structure
  • understand what the obligations are for companies
  • analyze the main articles of major impact for companies

Audience

This course is suitable for following personnel who;

  • work in cybersecurity and want to learn about the new NIS2 directive
  • want to know the implications of the Information Security Management System Directive

To find out which training courses we offer in your country, click on "Find a local course", select your country and navigate to Food safety; or Contact us if you are interested or want to know more on in-house courses.

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