EU countries and lawmakers agreed on Friday: Stronger cybersecurity rules For large energy, transportation and finance companies, digital providers and medical device manufacturers amid concerns about cyberattacks by state actors and other malicious actors. From the report: The European Commission proposed two years ago a rule on cybersecurity of networks and information systems called the NIS 2 Directive, which in effect expanded the scope of the current rule known as the NIS Directive.
The new rules apply to all medium to large businesses in essential sectors such as energy, transportation, banking, financial market infrastructure, health, vaccines and medical devices, drinking water, wastewater, digital infrastructure, public administration and space. This applies to all medium and large corporate rules of digital providers such as postal and courier services, waste management, chemicals, food manufacturing, medical devices, computers and electronics, mechanical equipment, automobiles and online marketplaces, online search engines, social networking service platforms.
EU government, parliamentarians agree to stronger cybersecurity rules for key sectors
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