To Visibility and Beyond! Preparing for NIS2 Compliance

EU Member states have 12 months to set policies to enforce the NIS2 Directive across the European Union. While all entities are subject to seven broad security requirements, stakeholders at businesses of all shapes and sizes are asking how they might be impacted by new regulations and reporting requirements.  

NIS2 mandates any significant cyber incident must reported within 24 hours of onset, adding details within 72 hours. When it comes to OT and IoT assets and networks, is your organization prepared to recover from cyber incidents that impact physical processes and business continuity? Can you determine your mean-time-to-recover if OT and IoT are compromised?  

Join us to learn:

  • The expanded scope for essential and important entities
  • Articles of major importance for OT and IoT governance
  • The 7 broad security requirements for all entities
  • Incident reporting requirements  
  • How Nozomi Networks tools can help with compliance  
  • How to reduce the severity of OT/IoT security incidents  

Speakers

Danielle Jablanski

OT Cybersecurity Strategist, Nozomi Networks

Danielle Jablanski is an OT Cybersecurity Strategist at Nozomi Networks, responsible for researching global cybersecurity topics and promoting OT and ICS cybersecurity awareness throughout the industry. In 2022 she also joined the Atlantic Council as a non-resident fellow with the Cyber Statecraft Initiative in the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, focusing on operational technology and workforce development issues. Danielle serves as a staff and advisory board member of the nonprofit organization Building Cyber Security, leading cyber-physical standards development, education, and certifications to advance the physical security, safety, and privacy in public and private sectors. Danielle also serves as the President of the North Texas Section of the International Society of Automation (ISA), organizing monthly member meetings, training, and community engagements

Andreas Nordenadler

Nordics Regional Sales Director, Nozomi Networks

Andreas Nordenadler is the Regional Sales Director for the Nordics at Nozomi Networks. With extensive cybersecurity experience, Andreas is responsible for supporting industrial organizations and critical infrastructures in the region to secure and monitor their OT & IoT networks. He comes from a long experience working with IT and OT security, having held positions at Microsoft, Bluecoat, Radware, CyberArk, Extrahop and Cyberbit before joining Nozomi Networks.

Philip Trainor

Threat Intelligence Product Owner, Nozomi Networks

Philip is a Product Owner for Threat Intelligence, Integrations, and Federal at Nozomi Networks. In addition to his work with the Government, Philip is also the product manager for Nozomi Threat Intelligence and integrations. Phil has worked in the cybersecurity industry for twenty years at prominent startups and has been a guest speaker at Blackhat, Toorcon, and many other industry events.

To Visibility and Beyond! Preparing for NIS2 Compliance
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To Visibility and Beyond! Preparing for NIS2 Compliance

EU Member states have 12 months to set policies to enforce the NIS2 Directive across the European Union. While all entities are subject to seven broad security requirements, stakeholders at businesses of all shapes and sizes are asking how they might be impacted by new regulations and reporting requirements.  

NIS2 mandates any significant cyber incident must reported within 24 hours of onset, adding details within 72 hours. When it comes to OT and IoT assets and networks, is your organization prepared to recover from cyber incidents that impact physical processes and business continuity? Can you determine your mean-time-to-recover if OT and IoT are compromised?  

Join us to learn:

  • The expanded scope for essential and important entities
  • Articles of major importance for OT and IoT governance
  • The 7 broad security requirements for all entities
  • Incident reporting requirements  
  • How Nozomi Networks tools can help with compliance  
  • How to reduce the severity of OT/IoT security incidents  

Speakers

To Visibility and Beyond! Preparing for NIS2 Compliance

EU Member states have 12 months to set policies to enforce the NIS2 Directive across the European Union. While all entities are subject to seven broad security requirements, stakeholders at businesses of all shapes and sizes are asking how they might be impacted by new regulations and reporting requirements.  

NIS2 mandates any significant cyber incident must reported within 24 hours of onset, adding details within 72 hours. When it comes to OT and IoT assets and networks, is your organization prepared to recover from cyber incidents that impact physical processes and business continuity? Can you determine your mean-time-to-recover if OT and IoT are compromised?  

Join us to learn:

  • The expanded scope for essential and important entities
  • Articles of major importance for OT and IoT governance
  • The 7 broad security requirements for all entities
  • Incident reporting requirements  
  • How Nozomi Networks tools can help with compliance  
  • How to reduce the severity of OT/IoT security incidents  

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