"Many providers of digital services have obligations under the Network and Information System Regulations.
If you provide:
⚫️ an online marketplace,
⚫️ online search engine, or
⚫️ cloud based services
the NIS Guide is likely to apply to you. Find out more here: http://ow.ly/VN4550l5YRv"
La regolamentazinoe della rete e informazioni di sistema, tradotto letteralmente, e' l'insime di servizi di telecomunicazione digitale strategici nell'uso quotidiano.
In essi rietrano i marketplace, i motori diricerca, i servizi in cloud.
Cosa significa ?
ICO segnala una guida:
What is NIS?
NIS stands for the ‘Network and Information Systems Regulations 2018’. These are derived from European law. They implement European Directive 2016/1148 on a high common level of security of network and information systems across the Union, also known as the ‘NIS Directive’.
The EU Commission has also published an implementing act, Regulation 2018/151, referred to in this Guide as the ‘DSP Regulation’. It is specifically concerned with digital service providers, including their security requirements and incident reporting thresholds.
What organisations does NIS cover?
NIS applies to two groups of organisations:
- operators of essential services (OES); and
- relevant digital service providers (RDSPs).
You are a ‘relevant digital service provider’ if you:
- provide one or more of the following digital services: an online search engine, an online marketplace, and a cloud computing service;
- have your head office in the UK, or have nominated a UK representative; and
- have more than 50 staff and a turnover or balance sheet of more than €10 million.