Cybersecurity is a Vital and Continuous Commitment

Cybersecurity is non-negotiable. Cybercrime threatens all organizations, regardless of its size or industry and cybercriminals constantly seek poorly protected targets to access their valuable information.

Outdated systems need replacing, updates must be maintained, and cybersecurity skills must be continuously developed. No organization is 100% secure, so ongoing efforts are essential.

The European Union has noticed the challenge and it is addressing cybersecurity with the new NIS 2 Directive, with the aim to improve security across the entire EU area. NIS 2 will be part of Finland’s national law in October 2024, mandating critical organizations to plan, document, and develop their cybersecurity or face penalties.

Do you want to know more? Read (in Finnish) about this topic in Pietarsaaren Sanomat ( 5.6.2024 (page 5):

See also our previous articles on the NIS 2 Directive and ISO/IEC 27000 Standards:

Failure to comply with the NIS 2 Directive can result in a 10 000 000 € fine

NIS2 directive in a nutshell

Demystifying ISO/IEC 27000: Navigating the Landscape of Cybersecurity Standards