6 July 2016, Brussels - European Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip, responsible for the Digital Single Market, and Commissioner Günther H. Oettinger, in charge of the Digital Economy and Society, welcomed the vote by the European Parliament's plenary to adopt the Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (the 'NIS Directive'). The NIS Directive was the main legislative proposal under the 2013 EU Cybersecurity Strategy and it lays down - amongst other measures - obligations for all EU Member States to adopt a national strategy on the security of network and information systems.

ENISA is supporting the EU Member States since 2012 to develop, implement and evaluate their National Cyber Security Strategies (NCSS). All Member States have developed their own NCSS!!

The ENISA NCSS Map lists all the documents of National Cyber Security Strategies in the EU together with their strategic objectives and good examples of implementation. The information is based on publicly available material. More specific information about the objectives and good practices is based on the NCSS Good Practice Guide that was published by ENISA in 2016.

 

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