Webinar: The NIS2 Directive: A Guide for OT Professionals

Register to join our upcoming webinar as Dr. Jesus Molina takes us through the ins-and-outs of the new European NIS2 Directive, including what it entails, how to comply with it, and the timeline for different phases of the directive.

Join us on January 17, 2024, 10 AM Central European Time (CET)

As we approach 2024, the NIS2 Directive’s transition into law across EU member states represents a significant shift for Operational Technology (OT) professionals. This webinar will look into the changes brought about by the member states’ implementation of the previous NIS Directive, and what we can expect from the upcoming transposition into law. We’ll focus on the specific articles in the NIS2 Directive that are pertinent to OT professionals and examine the impact on different entities within the field. We will also look at upcoming standards, including the rail cybersecurity standard IEC63452 (based on TS-50701) and the energy Network Codes of Cybersecurity (NCCS).

NIS2 Directive timeline

What You’ll Discover:

arrow red right From NIS to NIS2: Tracing the journey of how the NIS was transposed into law and highlighting the novelties introduced in NIS2.

arrow red right Deep Dive into NIS2: Gain a clear understanding of the NIS2 Directive’s implications for OT cybersecurity.

arrow red right Real-World Applications: Acquire practical knowledge on applying NIS2 guidelines in diverse OT scenarios utilizing IEC63452 and NCCS as examples.

arrow red right Risk Management Strategies: Explore effective strategies to mitigate risks in OT environments, ensuring compliance with NIS2.

About the Speaker

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Dr. Jesus Molina, Director of Industrial Security

Jesus Molina is Waterfall’s Director of Industrial Security. He is a security expert in both OT and IT security. A former hacker, his research on offensive security in industrial systems has been echoed by many publications and media, including Wired and NPR.
Mr. Molina has acted as chair of several security organizations, including the Trusted Computing Group and the IoT Internet Consortium. He is the co-writer of the Industrial Internet Security Framework and the author of several security-related patents and academic research papers. Mr. Molina holds a M.S. and a Ph.D from the University of Maryland.


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