The NIS Directive is the GDPR of critical infrastructure. This new cyber security regulation which requires Operators of Essential Services to invest in cyber security measures. This is an opportunity to formalise and improve existing security practice in prevention of a cyber attack.
We have experience in the following sectors:
- Transport: railway and road transport
- Energy: electricy and gas
- Internet Infrastructure: DNS operators and Internet Exchange Points
- Digital Service Providers: Cloud Service Providers and Marketplaces
Make the NIS Directive an opportunity
At Cetome, we support Operators of Essential Services and Digital Service Providers achieve compliance with with the NIS Directive.
Simplify your compliance effort
Assess your existing security posture and identify improvements to fulfil your legal requirements.
Ensure your security is fit for purpose
Ensure your security improvement plan covers and protect your business from the risks you face without disruption, from documentation to effective implementation of standards and guidance (such as ISO 27001, IEC/ISA 62443, ENISA, NCSC).
Understand your obligations
Attend one of our training courses to understand your obligations and know what constitutes a successful NIS Directive implementation.
- Awareness session: Preparation to the NIS Directive (1 day)
- The NIS Directive and the Cyber Assessment Framework (UK implementation - 4 days)
Make your NIS Directive journey a success
Get a better vision of your NIS Directive posture and priorities
Integrate the NIS Directive in your security strategy
Fulfil your NIS Directive compliance requirement
Improve the resilience of your regulated service
Ensure your NIS Directive improvement plan works
Know your obligations and how to comply with the NIS Directive