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Live Webcast: Tighter Cybersecurity Standards - NIS2 forces Industry to act


May 14, 2024 | 1:00 - 1:45 pm (CEST)

 

NIS2: Act now before it gets expensive!

Ten million euros, or two percent of global revenue in the previous year, could be the price companies pay for failing to comply with new cybersecurity standards.

The requirements of the new EU directive are due to be transposed into national law in 2024. In the event of a breach of the newly regulated cybersecurity standards, it is no longer just the traditional "critical infrastructure" that will face heavy fines.

It is therefore high time to get to grips with preventive security management and security incident reporting obligations!

In our 45-minute webcast, NIS2 expert Dr. Swantje Westpfahl gives you answers to pressing questions such as:

  • Are you affected? Who does NIS2 apply to who was not covered by the previous NIS Directive?
  • What are the specific requirements of the Cybersecurity Directive?
  • As an affected organization, what rules, processes and structures do you need to implement to avoid potential security risks?
  • How can version control software help you meet these requirements?

 

As Director of the Institute for Security and Safety at UAS Mannheim, Dr. Swantje Westpfahl is an expert in new developments in the field of cyber security, also with regard to critical infrastructures.

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Dr. Antje Westpfahl

Dr. Swantje Westpfahl

Director of the Institute for Security and Safety at UAS Mannheim

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Ralph Klemme

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Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Time: 1:00 - 1:45 pm (CEST)

Target Audience: The webcast is designed for manufacturing and quality professionals in the food, pharmaceutical, and automotive industries. 

Can't join us live but still interested in the topic? All participants will receive a recording of the webcast afterwards.


This Webcast is brought to you in collaboration with our partner Novotek.

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