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A Cybersecurity Strategy to Meet Regulatory Requirements

It’s a given that you need a cybersecurity strategy that limits business interruptions, meets regulatory demands, and enables you to reach your business goals. The better question is, how do you achieve this even when you don’t know all the details of the upcoming regulatory requirements?

Working With Information Security

So, what’s a market-established, structured, and accepted way of working with information security?

The two most established ways on the market for working with information security are the ISO/IEC 27001:2022 Standard and the NIST Framework. They both strive to give you practices for handling the information security domain with a risk-based approach. Using one of these enables you to take the guessing and “reinventing the wheel” part out of the work and focus on implementation.

It’s worth mentioning that even though all the details of how the EU countries will choose to implement these regulatory requirements, the majority of them will require an established and well-functioning information security practice.

Handling the New Requirements

So, how do you ensure your current information security practice is equipped to handle the new requirements?

In order to confirm that your practice is established and mature, you need to make sure processes and procedures are working as intended, and the board is aware of the key information security risks. Then, you’re well-equipped to meet new regulatory requirements.

When new regulatory requirements like NIS2 and DORA arrive, all you need to do is adjust and fine-tune your processes and procedures to meet the new requirements.

This will enable you to continue to focus on the business goal since the new regulatory requirements will become more of a speed bump than a major business disruption.

To learn more about NIS2 compliance, visit Truesec’s permanent landing page for our new NIS2 Program, Understand and Comply With NIS2 – Join Our NIS2 Program – Truesec. We’ll continually update information on this page as we learn more about the legislation and develop additional support.


*Network and Information Security Directive 2 (NIS2)

*Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA)

*Cyber Resilience Act (CRA)

*EU Cybersecurity Act (CSA)