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Out-Law.com reports on the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) publication of “a list of draft amendments MEPs in the group would like to see made to the European Commission's proposed Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive.” The proposed NIS Directive, first published last year, “aims to ensure that banks, energy companies and other businesses involved in the operation of critical infrastructure maintain sufficiently secure systems,” the report states. MEP Marie-Christine Vergiat has suggested the standard of protection should differ by organisation, while other proposals include recommending the NIS Directive’s implementation be postponed until after the introduction of EU data protection reforms.
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