NIS2 Training is essential to the successful implementation of your cybersecurity framework and for management buy-in. The NIS 2 Directive is more than just a guideline; it's a mandate. It establishes that the members at the helm of essential and significant entities, particularly the Board of Directors and CEOs, possess an acute understanding of cybersecurity risks. This understanding is fundamental in ensuring they can make informed decisions that protect their organization's assets, uphold their fiduciary duties, and maintain the trust of stakeholders.
Why Is This NIS2 Training of the Board Essential?
- Compliance with the NIS 2 Directive: Articles 20 and 21 of the directive are clear about the responsibilities of management bodies. It mandates regular training to ensure that they possess the skills and knowledge to identify, assess, and manage cybersecurity risks effectively.
- Fiduciary Duties: Directors have a significant role in risk management. Any lapse in oversight, particularly concerning known risks, can be seen as a breach of loyalty. Decisions that are negligent or ill-advised breach the duty of care.
- Cyberattack Disclosures: Post a cyberattack, it's vital for entities to convey evidence of a robust cybersecurity program that aligns with international standards. This proves they're prepared to respond aptly to security breaches.
Our NIS2 Training Offerings
Adapted to the unique needs of each entity, our NIS2 Training briefings can range from succinct 60-minute sessions to more detailed explorations. Topics covered can be tailored depending on the specific requirements of the organization.
- NIS2 Training for EU-based Entities:
- Understand the Directive's implications and compliance requirements.
- Role of new competent authorities like the Cooperation Group and EU-CyCLONe.
- Grasp cybersecurity risk management measures, obligations, and reporting mechanisms.
- NIS2 Training for non-EU Entities:
- Explore extraterritoriality and its impact.
- Learn about jurisdiction, territoriality, and the obligations of entities providing services within the EU.
- Understand the EU's expectations in terms of cybersecurity and risk management.
- Extraterritorial Application of EU Law:
- Dive deep into the concept of 'extraterritoriality'.
- Understand the 'Brussels Effect' and its impact on global businesses.
- Explore the significance of equivalence decisions by the European Commission and its ramifications.
Your instructors will be experienced professionals who bring real-world business experience. Depending on the training module and availability, sessions may be led by our Partner, Sofia Edvardsen, or by other equally competent professionals.
Booking and Terms
For details on the terms and conditions of our training, please contact us to request your quote.