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Business Breakfast: NIS Directive Secure Your Supply Chain

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...A power failure at a British Airways data centre led to more than 650 flights being cancelled and chaos at many airports.

The incident was a timely example of the kind of disruption to essential services which the recently implemented Network and Information Systems (NIS) Regulation aims to reduce the risk of.

Minimising the impact of incidents – whether from cyber-attacks, power cuts or hardware failure – is a key objective of the NIS Regulation. Understanding and managing the security risks to networks and information systems from dependencies on external suppliers is an important part of that.

Our event will look to introduce the NIS Regulation, help to clarify the what an Operator of Essential Services (OES) is and how to secure your supply chain. This is a great opportunity to get a step ahead in your compliance.

In Partnership with Gemserv

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Business Breakfast: NIS Directive Secure Your Supply Chain
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08.00am - 09.30am
Free Event
Dublin Chamber, 7 Clare Street, Dublin 2

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Gemserv is an expert provider of professional services enabling the energy market transformation and data revolution. They are passionate about what they do, from national schemes that have enabled nearly one million installations of domestic solar panels in the UK to protecting lives and assets in Qatar through the business continuity work. Gemserv experts are leaders in their respective fields and use insight and collaboration to make an impact through projects and contracts that in turn defines who we are.

Looking forward they are investing in people and services to continue to enable the energy market transform through digitalisation and ensure that the data revolution works for everyone’s benefit.