New European Cybersecurity Regulation NIS2:
Prepare your Company
NIS 2 is the EU’s common cybersecurity framework legislation, requiring companies identified by member states to comply with security and notification requirements as of October 17, 2024. Companies designated as critical operators must implement security measures and report serious incidents to national authorities. Key digital service providers must also comply with the established security and notification requirements.
To determine if your company is affected by the regulation and ensure compliance, we invite you to the event ‘New European Cybersecurity Regulation NIS2: Prepare your Company’ on March 27th at 10:00h at the Alicante Science Park. Our experts, Victor Adsuar from Cloud Levante and Pablo Sanchez Carmona from Amazon Web Services, will provide detailed information and practical solutions to ensure compliance.
March 27, 2024
Alicante Science Park
10:00 Welcome coffee
10:15 Introduction to NIS 2: Impact and How to Prepare for Compliance
10:45 Security solutions around NIS2
– Security@Edge and zero trust networking with AWS Verified Access (AVA)
– Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
12:15 Discussion and questions
12:30 Lunch and Wine Alicante
*The event will be conducted in Spanish, but documents and guides will be provided in English.
CEO & Cloud Security Expert en Cloud Levante
Victor Adsuar, founder at Cloud Levante, co-founder at foundationblock.io, and professor in the Master of Cybersecurity at the University of Alicante. His role as an AWS Academy and AWS Community Builder Instructor highlights his commitment to cloud security.
With a strong academic presence in the Department of Technology and Computer Science at the University of Alicante, Victor merges theory and practice to provide a comprehensive view of today’s cybersecurity landscape.
Pablo Sánchez Carmona
Network Specialist Solutions Architect en AWS
Pablo deploys his expertise as a Network Solutions Architect at AWS to design secure, resilient and cost-effective networks.
With a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and a Master’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Pablo helps customers design secure, highly available global networks with a focus on automation.