The NIS Directive places significant obligations on the State and on businesses, including applying a set of binding security obligations to a wide range of critical infrastructure operators.
The Directive also requires the State to apply and police a new regulatory regime on so called Digital Service Providers (DSPs) which include cloud computing providers, search engines providers and providers of online market places.
The State also has responsibility for dealing with the security of services provided by multinational companies across the European Union that have their European headquarters located in Ireland.
This Event will provide the audience with an understanding of how Ireland is adopting EU cybersecurity policy, how EU policy is evolving and how practical issues such as the reporting of NIS Directive incidents to the National Cyber Security Centre are being handled in practice.
||Cybersecurity Policy in Ireland and the application of the EU NIS Directive
||Thursday, 28th November, 2019
Richard Brown, Director, National Cyber Security Centre
||Institute of Banking, 1 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland, D01 T8Y1
12:30 – 13:30 Seminar
(Registration open from 12:00)
||1 Hours Indicative
||€35 Members, €50 Non-Member
Richard Browne, Director, National Cyber Security Centre
Richard Browne is Principal Officer leading the Internet Policy Division in the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. His responsibilities include National Cyber Security Policy, and the National Cyber Security Centre. He also has responsibility for Internet Governance policy.
Rob Corbet, Head of Technology & Innovation, Arthur Cox