Key Issues For Energy Cos. In EU Cybersecurity Guidance

Law360 (June 3, 2019, 6:00 PM EDT) -- As new technologies develop, the smart grid and smart devices become increasingly interconnected and exposed to security incidents. In the European Union, as in other jurisdictions, the critical nature of energy infrastructure, and the vital nature of energy supply, have required new cybersecurity policies and initiatives. It is not always easy for stakeholders to keep up.

Many recent EU regulatory developments and initiatives have targeted limited numbers of actors, such as those entities designated as operators of essential services, or OES, under the Network and Information Security, or NIS, directive.[1] However, improving cybersecurity requires all parties interacting with OES to develop...

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