•  22 March 2019
     12:30 - 13:30

The Directive on security of network and information systems (NIS Directive) is the first piece of cybersecurity legislation passed by the European Union (EU).

The NIS sets a range of network and information security requirements which apply to operators of essential services and digital service providers (DSPs).

• How and why it applies to the NHS as a whole?

• What are the key security implications you need to be aware of?

• What are some best practice to ensure technical and organisational security measures are implemented?

• What processes should you implement to respond to security incidents?

Chris Flynn – Head of Security Operations, NHS Digital
Paul Barnes – Programme Manager, Cyber Security, NHS England
Simon Murphy – Cyber Security Policy Lead, DHSC

Greg Day – EMEA CSO, Palo Alto



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