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The Business Impact of EU Cyber Policy
Deloitte monitors EU cyber policy developments to anticipate the business impact of regulatory changes on its wide network of clients. We collect our insights from multi-stakeholders groups active in the EU cyber community, such as European Institutions, EU Member States, national CSIRTs, Competent Authorities and Operators of Essential Services.
The EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act has been agreed: implications for the financial services sector
EU negotiators have now reached a full technical agreement on the DORA package.
The EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act nearing the finish line
Deloitte’s Financial Services Blog is written by our industry experts and covers a range of topics across the banking, capital markets, insurance, and investment management sectors.
The Digital Operational Resilience Act
DORA will have a large business impact on critical infrastructure and public authorities monitoring their compliance. The EU is setting up €2 billion to support new cybersecurity initiatives aimed at strengthening cyber resilience.
The repeal of the Directive on security of network and information systems (NIS2)
The NIS Directive is the first piece of EU-wide legislation on cybersecurity. Its repeal is currently under negotiation and it is expected to enter into force in 2024.With increasing controls from governments and regulators, there is momentum for CISOs to pursue their security objectives. The EU is setting up €2 Billion to support new cybersecurity initiatives aimed at strengthening cyber resilience.