Four Pillars to Securing UK Critical National Infrastructure
About this White Paper
Apply These Security Controls to Improve Compliance Posture and Cyber-Resilience
The European Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS Regulations), also referred to as the NIS Directive, was passed into law in May 2018 to better ensure higher standards of cybersecurity and accountability on systems supporting critical national infrastructure.
To help your organization meet the NIS regulations and build a cybersecurity program that can defend against both internal and external threats, we’ve published the paper: Four Pillars to Securing UK Critical National Infrastructure. This paper will provide guidance on how to implement strong access controls, privilege management, and vulnerability management to fortify your IT security foundation.
For clear insights, you can apply to boost your cyber-resilience against both internal and external threats, while improving your NIS Directive compliance posture, download the paper now.