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Report/Study text/texmacs Guidelines on assessing DSP security and OES compliance with the NISD security requirements
This report presents the steps of an information security audit process for the OES compliance, as well as of a self-assessment/ management framework for the DSP security against the security requirements set by the NIS Directive. In addition, it provides an analysis of the most relevant information security standards and frameworks to support OES and DSP in practicing the above exercises in the most tailored and efficient manner.
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Information Security Audit and Self – Assessment Frameworks for operators of essential services and digital service providers
ENISA publishes today a report with good security self-assessment and audit practices for national competent authorities (NCA), digital service providers (DSP) and operators of essential services (OES).
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Report/Study PS document Good practices on interdependencies between OES and DSPs
This study is concerned with dependencies and interdependencies among Operators of Essential Services (OES) and Digital Service Providers (DSPs) as defined in the NIS Directive and addresses emerging dependencies and interdependencies across sectors.
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Good practices for identifying and assessing cybersecurity interdependencies
A glance at the interdependency landscape reveals several emerging interdependencies between operators of essential services (OES) and digital service providers (DSP), at both system and service level. Due to these interdependencies, there is an increasing number of cybersecurity incidents that either propagated across organisations (often across borders), or had a cascading effect at the level of essential services.
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ENISA contributes to the development of groundbreaking EU cybersecurity regulation on Digital Service Providers in the context of the NIS Directive
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