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Cybersecurity becomes top of mind for boards and executives who impose stricter oversight and scrutiny. That dynamic increases the visibility of cybersecurity across the organisation, requiring a new approach to reporting and a growing understanding of digital risk as a collective responsibility.
Concurringly, European policy-makers have mobilised to promote legislation that preserves essential operators and services. The NIS2 Directive, whose revision is nearing an end, is a testimony to that commitment. The Directive is expected to be the spearhead of European cyber-resilience through its overarching and up-to-date provisions. Cybersecurity has raised to a whole-of-society challenge.
Tech and cybersecurity innovators need to keep upIn that context, future-proofing its cybersecurity strategy is paramount for businesses. So doing is especially important for SMBs, which make up for a significant part of Europe’s value-producing nexus. For SMBs, it is vital to face the forthcoming cyber-legal challenges and comprehend how those impact their business model.
- A tech/cybersecurity entrepreneur, how can I keep up-to-date on the EU policy-making complexities?
- What will happen through the French Presidency of the EU in cybersecurity?
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Launching in January 2022, The Digital is Political is aimed at SMBs operating in Europe and on a journey to build high-quality, innovative and sustainable services. The goal is to guide you through the EU digital and cybersecurity policy-making maze by providing you actionable insights mindful of your budget. Our bet is to help you get your voice heard when it matters.
We are both tech/cybersecurity and public affairs practitioners. We are neither journalists nor occasional commentators. Our work is grounded in operational realities. We are particularly familiar with the protagonists of the forthcoming French Presidency of the EU.
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