The EU’s 2016 NIS Directive requires “essential services” and digital service providers in the EU and UK to establish cybersecurity safeguards and incident reporting. EU agencies, EU Member States, and the UK have issued regulations and guidelines to implement the Directive. Penalties for noncompliance vary by country, with the UK announcing fines of up to £17 million or 4% of a company’s global revenues. The EU is in the process of comprehensively revising the NIS Directive, though this summary focuses on the current NIS Directive. Below, learn more about the NIS Directive and how Rapid7 can help you achieve your compliance goals.
Have technical and organizational safeguards for networks and systems
Assess risks to network and system security
Prevent, detect, and minimize the impact of security incidents
Monitor, audit, and test security of networks and systems
If your company conducts business in the EU that involves the sharing of digital information, learn how Rapid7 can help you stay compliant with current and future versions of the NIS Directive.