The EU NIS 2 Directive Is Here. What Does It Mean For Medtech?
The EU Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive 2 entered into force this year, replacing the original NIS Directive. Cybersecurity is at the heart of NIS 2, and some of the new provisions are particularly important for the medtech and health sector.
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