Discover the definition of the term Nis (Network & Information Security) presented by Les Assises de la Cybersécurité.


The NIS directive is a European text voted in July with the aim of ensuring a high and common level of security for networks and systems in the European Union. The French transposition identifies two main types of actors concerned by this law: Essential Service Operators (OSE) and Digital Service Providers (DSP: marketplaces, search engines and Cloud service operators). Companies concerned by the NIS directive will be supported by ANSSI and will have to meet specific security requirements (although lighter than those of OIVs).

The French essential service operators (OSEF) have already made it known that they couldn't care less about this new directive.

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