NIS Directive compliance
The EU Directive on security of network and information systems (NIS Directive) requires operators of essential services and digital service providers to implement appropriate security measures to protect, and ensure the continuity of, services that are essential to the national infrastructure.
The Directive entered into force in August 2016. EU member states – including the UK – have until May 2018 to translate it into national laws, and a further six months to identify the "operators of essential services and digital service providers" it applies to.
This page links to everything you need to comply with the NIS Directive.
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The NIS Directive states that "Member States shall [...] encourage the use of European or internationally accepted standards and specifications relevant to the security of network and information systems."
The only relevant international standards are ISO 27001 and ISO 22301, which we’ve been helping organisations implement for over a decade.
Here are a few ways we can help meet your NIS Directive compliance needs.
Our consultants have over a decade’s experience of information security management and cyber security projects. We’ve led more than 400 successful ISO 27001 certification projects alone, and offer a 100% guarantee of successful certification.
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The NIS Directive states that, for operators of essential services and digital service providers alike, technical and organisational security measures should be appropriate and proportionate to identified risks.
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