|Title||European Cybersecurity Law in 2023: A Review of the Advances in the Network and Information Security 2 Directive 2022/2555|
Purpose: Cybersecurity capabilities must be designed to mitigate attacks and threats to key network and information systems and ensure continuity in service provision, contribute to the security and effective functioning of economies and societies, and the NIS2 seeks to strengthen the EU approach to this. Advances in Artificial intelligence (AI) have revolutionised industries including Banking (FinTech), Law (RegTech), Insurance (InsureTech), Charities (CharityTech) and Health (HealthTech), the EU understands this and has therefore introduced the requirement for member states to embrace AI, as a cybersecurity tool used to protect against and prevent cybersecurity attacks/threats. The purpose of this article is to review the NIS2 and the changes it makes to the European approach to cybersecurity including the use of AI, and the implications for businesses subject to the new rules.
|Journal||Cyber Security: a Peer Reviewed Journal|
|Journal citation||7 (1), pp. 82-92|
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Open (open metadata and files)
|Web address (URL)||https://www.henrystewartpublications.com/csj/forthcoming|