The scope of cyber-security regulations in the UK will increase as the Government updates its Network and Information Systems (NIS) legislation in the coming months.
That’s in response to developments in Europe, where an NIS 2 directive is being introduced. Although there will be differences to the UK’s approach, the feeling is that broader and more all-encompassing cyber restrictions are needed, and that means networks – and their wider supply chains – need to be prepared.
Not doing so could mean big fines. The Information Commissioner’s Office can already issue penalties for contravention of NIS of up to a maximum of £17 million in the most serious cases.
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