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Cyber threats sit at the top of utilities risk registers and assaults on the sector are on the rise. Legislation to help keep critical national infrastructure secure is being updated in response. What are the implications? Find out in this specialist webinar.

2022 set an all-time high for the number of cyber-attacks on the energy industry.

The severity of the threat from cyber criminals and hackers has prompted the UK Government to revise its Network and Information Security Directive-related legislation. Similar updates are being implemented by the EU.

The changes will have implications for utilities, and companies that work along side them, subjecting a wider eco-system of essential service providers to stringent cyber security regulation.

Join this webinar to gain clarity on the implications for your business and avoid falling foul of increasingly substantial penalties for cyber security failures.

Intelligence will be provided by subject matter expert Victor Lough, of Schneider Electric.




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