In response to increasing cyber threats, the European Union has strengthened its cybersecurity capabilities in the telecommunications sector. The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA, coordinates efforts, provides informative materials, and guides operators.
The European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) and the NIS 2 Directive set security standards, including audits, threat notifications, and personnel training. Essential entities in critical sectors must implement measures, share information, and report incidents. France enforces fines for non-compliance. The EU emphasizes collaboration, training, and strong cybersecurity measures for a secure digital environment.
P1 Security's experts often address questions about compliance with these regulations. We have centralized the European directives for easy understanding, but encourage a thorough reading of the regulations for a comprehensive understanding.