NIS Regulation Breakfast Briefing Slides

Minimising the impact of incidents – whether from cyber-attacks, power cuts or hardware failure – is a key objective of the Network and Information Systems (NIS) Regulation. Understanding and managing the security risks to networks and information systems from dependencies on external suppliers is an important part of that.

Our recent breakfast briefing event saw our expert consultant, Ian Davies talk through the NIS Regulation, helped to clarify what an Operator of Essential Services (OES) is and how to secure your supply chain.

We also had speakers from Aprose Risk Consulting who spoke about a working case study of one of their clients in Malta and how they secured EU funding for the client, along with Associated British Ports who spoke about how they’ve introduced NIS into their company.

If you would like to speak to our consultants to discuss how we can help you with the NIS Regulation then please contact us at bd@gemserv.com or +44(0)207 090 1091.

To access the slides from the event please click the link below:

NIS Breakfast Briefing Slides

*Problems with downloading? Email marketing@gemserv.com requesting the slides, and we will send you a copy!

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