Network and Information Security Directive (NIS2): what does it mean for SURF members?

The European Union wants to make governments, companies and organisations more resilient by increasing cyber security. To this end, new laws and regulations are being developed. One of them is the Network and Information Security Directive (abbreviated as NIS2 Directive). What does this new directive mean for SURF's members?
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Consequences of NIS2 Directive for SURF members not yet entirely clear

The government is currently working on a bill to implement the NIS2 Directive in the Netherlands in the Network and Information Systems Security Act (Wbni ). The implications for our members are therefore not yet entirely clear.

Answers to frequently asked questions on NIS2 Directive

SURF receives many questions about this new directive. On the Security Expertise Centre, we share the information we have (in Dutch) and you can read the answers to frequently asked questions. As soon as new information is known, we will update this page.

Go to the Security Expertise Centre with frequently asked questions about NIS2

Any questions?

Contact Nicole van Deursen, SURF Security Expertise Centre product manager,