Reference : One step ahead: mapping the Italian and German cybersecurity laws against the proposa...
Scientific journals : Article
Law, criminology & political science : European & international law
Law / European Law
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/51751
One step ahead: mapping the Italian and German cybersecurity laws against the proposal for a NIS2 directive
English
Schmitz, Sandra mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > PI Cole >]
Chiara, Pier Giorgio mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > PI VDT >]
20-Jul-2022
International Cybersecurity Law Review
Springer Nature
Yes
International
2662-9720
2662-9739
Switzerland
[en] cybersecurity ; NIS2 ; Italian ; German
[en] With the COVID-19 pandemic accelerating digital transformation of the Single Market, the European Commission also speeded up the review of the first piece of European Union (EU)-wide cybersecurity legislation, the NIS Directive. Originally foreseen for May 2021, the Commission presented the review as early as December 2020 together with a Proposal for a NIS2 Directive. Almost in parallel, some Member States strengthened (or adopted) national laws beyond the scope of the NIS Directive to respond adequately to the fast-paced digital threat landscape. Against this backdrop, the article investigates the national interventions in the field of cybersecurity recently adopted by Italy and Germany. In order to identify similarities and divergences of the Italian and German national frameworks with the European Commission’s Proposal for a NIS2 Directive, the analysis will focus on selected aspects extrapolated from the Commission Proposal, namely: i) the enlarged scope; ii) detailed cybersecurity risk-management measures; iii) more stringent supervisory measures; and, iv) stricter enforcement requirements, including harmonised sanctions across the EU. The article concludes that the national cybersecurity legal frameworks under scrutiny already match the core of the proposed changes envisaged by the NIS2 Proposal.
Researchers
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/51751
10.1365/s43439-022-00058-7
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1365/s43439-022-00058-7#additional-information
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H2020 ; 814177 - LAST-JD-RIoE - Law, Science and Technology Joint Doctorate: Rights of the Internet of Everything
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