While much of the NIS Directive is focused on best practices, there is little direct technical guidance on how to address the requirements. It’s great that we are free to approach these requirements with the tactics and technologies that work best for our environment, but many organisations struggle to map this path for themselves. This paper will focus on the proven controls necessary to ensure the infrastructure is secure.

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.