In December 2020 the European Commission published a proposal to repeal the current NIS Directive (European Directive on Network and Information Systems) and to replace it with a new Directive: the so-called NIS-2 Directive. This post will give an update on the status of negotiations of NIS-2, and will outline the aspects we already know and don’t know about the upcoming Directive’s final form.
Cloud Security Focus Group – 16 December 2019 – SaaS security & compliance management challenges
17 décembre 2019 – Cyber Security Coalition
The afternoon’s programme included two external speakers who talked about ‘SaaS security & compliance management challenges’ and ‘shift left’. After the coffee break, a Cyber Security Coalition member brought a testimonial of his organization’s cloud journey toward DevSecOps in the public cloud and the challenges encountered. The audience was eager to ask questions and share experiences.
On the picture from left to right: Ulrich Seldeslachts (LSEC) and Stefan Adriaansen (KBC Group)
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