The EU Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS Directive) requires operators of essential services and digital service providers to implement “appropriate and proportionate technical and organisational measures” to manage the risks posed to the security of the network and information systems they use in their operations.
Training courses to achieve compliance with the NIS Directive
Operators of essential services (OES) and digital service providers (DSPs) can demonstrate that they have applied the measures required by the NIS Directive by implementing an organisational cyber resilience programme that combines information security and incident response management best practice.
Our training courses offer a structured learning path from Foundation to Advanced level to fully equip organisations with the relevant information they need to enhance their cyber resilience in preparation for the NIS Directive.
Training courses from IT Governance are delivered by experienced consultants, and are built on the foundations of our extensive practical experience designing and implementing management systems based on ISO standards, best practise and regulations.
Discover our range of training courses to help you achieve compliance with the NIS Directive below.
Business continuity management training
Effective business continuity management can help an organisation achieve a heightened cyber resilience posture. Our business continuity training courses lead attendees through a structured learning pathway that covers all aspects of the management system, based on the international standard, ISO 22301.
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