In 2016 DIRECTIVE (EU) 2016/1148 concerning measures for a high common level of security of network and information systems across the Union also known as NIS Directive came in to force.
From that date NIS Directive has set the foundations for cybersecurity in the European Union.
laid down obligations for all Member States to adopt a national strategy on the security of network and information systems
Full Business Continuity Management (BCM) strategy, policy and organizational structure review/ development
established security and notification requirements for operators of essential services and for digital service providers;
Six years later amidst growing threats posed with digitalisation and a large surge of cyber-attacks force the EU Commission to replace the NIS Directive and thereby strengthen the security requirements, address the security of supply chains, streamline reporting obligations, and introduce more stringent supervisory measures and stricter enforcement requirements, including harmonised sanctions across the EU. In December 2022, NIS 2 came into force expanding the scope by effectively obliging more entities and sectors to take measures, in an effort to increase the level of cybersecurity in Europe in the longer term.
Quadprime has been heavily involved in NIS Directive compliance projects within Critical infrastructure and essential services operators since the beginning becoming a leader in NIS Directive compliance.
We provide a full range of compliance and support services to assist organisations in scope comply the national competent authorities requirements