Cyber attacks and their consequences have been a reality faced by Swiss businesses for some time now: A survey conducted by KPMG Switzerland shows that nearly half (42%) of the companies that have been the victims of a cyber attack suffered financial losses and dis-ruptions to their business activities as a result.
The EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) recently caused a sensation. Most affected Swiss companies have prepared themselves well for the new regulation. GDPR is in force now. What should we expect and what does the new law mean for Swiss companies?
The EU Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive states that from 9 May 2018 onwards, the national legislations in the various EU member states need to be in place. The overall goal of the NIS Directive is to achieve an high common level of security of networks and information systems within the EU.