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The UK NIS Regulations (implementing the NIS Directive) came into force in May 2018. These Regulations have received limited press attention, in part due to the emphasis that has been placed on GDPR implementation. However, the NIS Regulations represent a significant change in the legal environment relating to cybersecurity in the UK.

The NIS Regulations serve a number of purposes, including the development of the UK’s national framework and strategy relating to network security. The NIS Regulations also impose new obligations on operators of “essential services” and digital service providers in relation to the security of their network and information systems. Organisations that fall within the scope of the NIS Regulations include utility providers, emergency services, NHS organisations and local authorities.

All should be aware of their obligations and how they can be satisfied, particularly given that the NIS Regulations introduce a stringent penalties regime for non-compliance.

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